Storytelling for Comics Bootcamp

  • May 23 - June 20, 2024
  • Pacific Standard Time

Ticket Price $105.00 Register Now

Only YOU can tell the story that’s burning inside of you! So, how do you get those ideas onto the page?


In this 5-session online workshop, join RJ, writer and comics creator, to tackle the blank page and begin making fictional comics from a storyteller’s perspective. While we'll focus on writing, we'll also do some drawing and artmaking to help us develop our ideas. At the end of the course, we’ll share our storyboards with each other and be ready to draw the rest of your comic!


Bring those ideas that have been kicking around in your brain, or show up with no clue what you’re going to make. We’ll go from blank page to storyboard, and talk about tools for your unique creation process. Plus, you’ll receive handouts for you to squirrel away and use on your future projects. 


We'll meet Thursdays from 5-7 pm. In each session, we’ll use prompts to guide our experimentation and build out our stories.


  • May 23 – Finding your story spine
  • May 30 – Meeting your characters
  • June 6 – Making a scene
  • June 13 - Storyboarding
  • June 20 – Sharing with your cohort


This workshop also includes 2 free working sessions—join me and your comics cohort to get some work done together! These sessions are totally optional and you can join either online or in person at Push/Pull.

  • Saturday, June 1, 4-6 pm
  • Sunday, June 16, 1-3 pm


Rebecca Ann Jordan/RJ (she/him) began her creative career as a science fiction writer. An alum of California Institute of the Arts’ MFA in Creative Writing (2016) and the Clarion Writers Workshop (2015), her work has been published in Strange Horizons, Pantheon Magazine, Flapperhouse, and more. In more recent years, she’s spent time writing articles about ecology, climate change, and the arts, and has been working on comics and zines in her free time. Follow @beccaquibbles for more.

Date & Time

May 23, 2024 5:00 PM - Jun 20, 2024 7:00 PM


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