This past week Founder and Publisher of Saturday AM, Frederick L. Jones, attended library con – a day-long celebration of fandom, spotlighting genre fiction for adults and teens with panels devoted to comics and graphic novels, horror, sf/fantasy, and more. sponsored by Library Pass
They spoke on a number of topics including: what sparked each individual speakers interest in manga, the IMPORTANCE of representation in manga, and the history of manga’s rise in popularity outside of Japan.
You can check out the full video from librarycon below!
Frederick continued the conversation over on our twitter! He held an open forum to answer any questions, and to elaborate on what was talked about during the panel.
If you missed the live twitter chat no worries we got you – you can listen to the full recording by clicking the link below. Check it out!
SATURDAY AM is at #librarycon @LibraryPassNews & we’ll be speaking to librarians & more on how manga became so popular & why diverse manga is the future. Join us for a special Twitter chat Thursday night as we dive deeper! Set a reminder for our space! https://t.co/Zr3RWkMAXx
— Saturday AM (@Saturday_am) November 16, 2022