Articles by Meredith Davis


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Comic Writer Scott McCloud on Visual Communication and Storytelling

The first interaction that Rutgers University- Camden had with comic writer Scott McCloud was his kind refusal, in front of the audience, to use the presentation projector closest to the window because “it wasn’t bright enough.” That being said, Scott McCloud is the most down to Earth guys you could ever meet. He made jokes…

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Closing the Gap: Camden Comic Con, 2015

 In a setting where men buying comics in spandex suits and capes can be found every few feet, one would rarely think serious conversations about literature could take place. However, that was one of the wonderful, defining aspects of the 2015 Camden Comic Con. The Rutgers Camden Athletic Center housed everything from the comic vendors,…

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More News, More Content, More Apeiron

It is my pleasure to update you on a few exciting bits of Apeiron news. The first is issue 9 is on it’s way and it will be new, improved, and better than ever (there may even be the option for turning real pages, but that will be revealed later). We had an excellent team…

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Welcome to the new(er) Apeiron! Find out what’s next…

**The printed issue that Meredith is reading from is a single test print. These issues are not offered as print issues. Basically, we test print each issue to practice for our “real deal” launch of print issues. We don’t hold the rights to sell these, so, unfortunately, we won’t be able to share the paper…

Issue Five Editorial, Winter 2014

This issue has been a labor of the deepest love for us. Personal lives, careers, and living situations have all made advances, shifts, and turns, and through it all we have been grounded with the focus of Apeiron and our contributors. Last issue we let you in on the idea behind the name Apeiron, and…

Issue Three Excitement

Submissions have closed for the third issue and our excitement is palpable; sometimes we bite chunks off to spit at our friends.  And as rude as that is, we will not stop praising our authors and begging for more. We will not stop digging for ways to keep improving, and we will not stop publishing…

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