Kanojo to Camera to Kanojo no Kisetsu,Volume 3 (彼女とカメラと彼女の季節) will hit shelves in Japan at the end of July.
Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, in conjunction with Dark Horse has created an authoritative manga guide for librarians and educators, called CBLDF Presents Manga: Introduction, Challenges, and Best Practices. It was my very sincere pleasure to represent for Yuri, which has a chapter of its own – and I contributed the chapter on Doujinshi, as well. Also contributing to the Guide was Manga Bookshelf columnist Sean Gaffney, Ed Chavez of Vertical Publishing, Shaenon Garrity of Viz Media and Otaku USA, and Robin Brenner and Katherine Dacey of School Library Journal. Fantastic writers and terrific people, all. ^_^
The Guide was edited by Manga Bookshelf editor in chief, blogger and all around fantastic person, Melinda Beasi. It was a blast – and an honor – to be part of this project. If your school or library is interested in manga and would like more info on how to approach it, get them a copy of this Guide!
From YNN Correspondent Jin H., news that vaguely Yurish – but female-focused and pleasant anime Tamayura second season should be starting in July.
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