11/16/17-2/15/18: "Crossing Borders" exhibit

Julia's work is included in the "Crossing Borders" exhibit at the Parker Gallery on the 2nd floor of Lesley University, 1815 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA. The exhibit will run from November 16, 2017 to February 15, 2018. Details: here

11/18/2017: Tabling and Book Signing at "Getting graphic: Novels, Memoirs and Comics"

Julia will be selling her work and at a day of comics-related programming at the Visual Arts Center in Summit, NJ.

11/8/2017: "Russian Writers 2.0": Reading and Discussion at JCC Manhattan

Julia will be reading from and discussing her work alongside Sana Krasikov (The Patriots). 7:30-10 PM, $10. Tickets available here.

10/22/2017: "Comics & Migration: Moving Visual Language Into America" Panel at MICE

Julia will be discussing her book Soviet Daughter alongside Leila Abdelrazaq (Baddawi), Iasmin Omar Ata (Mis(h)adra), and Dave Ortega (Dias de Consuelo), moderated by Jason Rodriguez (editor, Comics Without Borders: Latinx Youth Speak Their Truth). At the Massachussets Independent Comics Expo (MICE) at Lesley University, near Porter Square, Cambridge.

10/21/2017-10/22/2017 - Tabling at MICE in Cambridge, MA

Julia will be tabling at Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo, selling books and t-shirts. At University Hall at Lesley University, in Porter Square.

9/17/2017: "Mothers and Other Monster Myths" panel at Brooklyn Book Festival

Moderated by Ariel Gore (We Were Witches), with Gabrielle Bell (Everything Is Flammable) and Thi Bui (The Best We Could Do). Julia will also be tabling for Microcosm Publishing at Booth 614 at the Brooklyn Book Festival.

6/14/2017 - Reading and Signing at Roscoe Books in Chicago

Julia will be presenting, reading from, selling, and signing books in Roscoe Books, in the Roscoe Village Neighborhood. 2142 W Roscoe St. 6 PM

6/13/2017 - Book Presentation at Central Synagogue of Chicago

Julia will be presenting, reading from, selling, and signing books in downtown Chicago (across from the Art Institue), 122 S. Michigan Ave, 14th Floor. 8 PM.

5/14/2017 - "Comics as Political Resistance" Panel at TCAF

Julia will be presenting alongside cartoonists Nate Powell (March), Matt Lubchansky (The Nib), and Ben Passmore (Your Black Friend). Moderated by Tom Spurgeon. At the Mariott Bloor-Yorkville, Forest Hill Ballroom. 12 PM.

5/13/2017 - 5/14/2017 - Toronto Comic Arts Festival

Julia will be exhibiting her book Soviet Daughter at TCAF (Toronto Comic Arts Festival), at the Micrcosm Publishing table!

4/26/2017 - Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies in Cambridge, MA

Talk and Q & A with Prof. Hillary Chute. At Harvard University, CGIS South S250, 4:00-6:00 PM

4/14/2017 - Bluestockings Bookstore, NYC

Reading and book signing at bookstore/activist space Bluestockings in the Lower East Side. 7:00-9:45 PM

4/8/2017 - 4/9/2017 - Denver's Independent Comic and Arts Expo

Julia will be selling her book Soviet Daughter at DINK: Denver's Independent Comic and Arts Expo (more info on DINK here). Find her at the Microcosm Publishing table!

4/1/2017 - 4/2/2017 - MoCCA Arts Festival

Julia will be selling her book at MoCCA in New York City. Come find her at the Microcosm Publishing table!

4/1/2017 - "Women, Artists, Activists"

Julia will be participating in a panel at Ortega y Gasset in Gowanus (363 Third Avenue, Brooklyn, NY) in conjunction with Victoria Lomasko's first American solo show, "Unwanted Women". 4:30-6 PM

3/30/2017 - Fordham Russian Forum, NYC

Talk, book signing, and Q & A with Prof. Riley Ossorgin. At Fordham's Lincoln Center Campus, Law School room 3-03. 4:00-5:45.

01/19/2017 - ART x Resistance

Julia will be leading and participating in a panel entitled ART x Resistance: Political Aesthetics in the Wake of Trump, on the eve of the Inauguration. She will be joined by:

  • Josh MacPhee, designer, artist, and archivist; founding member of both the Justseeds Artists' Cooperative and the Interference Archive
  • Phil Rabovsky, visual artist and MFA student at the School of Visual Arts in New York
  • Natasha Racic, photographer and conceptual artist
  • Matt Lubchansky, cartoonist and illustrator, creator of the webcomic Please Listen to Me, and founder of The Nib

Facebook event here.

1/10/17 - Release Party!

Come celebrate the long awaited release of Soviet Daughter.

Where: Shoestring Press - 640 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn, NY.
When: 8-11 PM
Facebook Event

12/18/16 - Holiday Bizarre

Julia will be tabling at Holiday Bizarre, a festive Indie Artists' Holiday market, at Shoestring Studio (640 Classon in Crown Heights, Brooklyn).

Free to attend!

11/16/16 - Reading at The Back Room at Jimmy's No. 43

On Wednesday, November 16, 2016, Julia will be reading from Soviet Daughter (upcoming Jan 2017) at Peculiar Streams XXXI, in The Back Room at Jimmy's No. 43, East Village, New York City. 9-11 PM. This will be the first public reading from the book, and will include exclusive projections of the book's interior pages. All are welcome!

More details can be found on the Facebook Event.

More information about the Peculiar Streams series here.