Meet manga artist Queenie Chan


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Manga Artist Queenie Chan

If you enjoy manga, or even illustrating, you’ll love the opportunity to meet Queenie Chan, a New York Time’s bestselling manga artist and graphic novelist in September.

Sunshine Coast Council libraries present Queenie Chan at two special events at Nambour Library on 20 September and at the ‘pop up’ library the Vault at the University of the Sunshine Coast on 21 September.

Queenie’s latest collaboration is with bestselling author Kylie Chan, illustrating her new book Small Shen. She has also worked with Dean Koontz on his Odd Thomas graphic novel adaption and her series The Dreaming was one of the first manga launched by Tokyo Pop that was not made in Japan.

Queenie is also the creator of online comics featured on DeviantArt, MangaFox and Tumblr.

Choose from the following two sessions:

Meet Queenie Chan at Nambour Library:


Date and Time


Nambour Library

Friday 20 September at 4 pm

Free. Bookings essential

Visit council’s ‘pop up’ library The Vault which will be one of the many attractions at the inaugural Epic Diem Nerd Culture Expo. Epic Diem is a nerd’s dream with anime, manga, table-top gaming, Cosplay and medieval re-enactments.


Date and Time


The Vault

Epic Diem Nerd Culture Festival, University of the Sunshine Coast

Saturday 21 September at 10.30am

No bookings required.

Entry to session included in Epic Diem door fee $10 online or $12 on day

Manga is a Japanese genre of cartoons, comic books, and animated films, typically having a science-fiction or fantasy theme.

To book or for further information visit council’s library website or call 1300 LIBRARY.

Sunshine Coast Regional Council
9th of August 2013


Sunshine Coast Regional Council :
Locked Bag 72 Sunshine Coast Mail Centre Q 4560, Sunshine Coast Wide
07 5475 7272
1300 007 272
Sunshine Coast Regional Council
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