Jim Lee and Asian American Superheroes | Library of Congress Panel | DC

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For Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee appears in conversation with illustrator Bernard Chang (Generations Forged) and writers Sarah Kuhn (Shadow of the Batgirl) and Minh Lê (Green Lantern: Legacy). Moderated by former National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Gene Luen Yang (“Superman Smashes the Klan”).

The Jim Lee and Asian American Superheroes panel is a “Great American Publishers” segment of the “Behind the Book” series. These interviews focus on leading gatekeepers in publishing who bring great works to fruition—from the germ of an idea to the production of a physical book. “Behind the Book: Great American Publishers” celebrates the crucial role publishers play and takes you inside America’s legendary publishing houses as top professionals discuss their careers with their most successful authors.

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Jim Lee and Asian American Superheroes | Library of Congress Panel | DC


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