Comic Book Workshops

Eben created a single serve workshop to teach the basics of writing a comic book and demystify the process and work that goes into their creation. After that, they work together and collaborate in groups or individually to create the basic framework for their own comic book ideas! 

Students leave with a foundation of knowledge and the confidence their words and ideas matter. 


Eben tailors these hour-plus long workshops to writers of any age and they have been conducted at elementary schools, high schools, state universities, comic book conventions, book festivals, nonprofits, and comic shops.

For more information about bringing Eben's creative writing and comic book workshops to you, contact him using the inquiry form and he'll respond promptly.

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My fourth grade students were educated about all things comic books and were inspired to even write some of their own! Eben enthusiastically spoke to a group of our low-income, English language learners about the comic book process and motivated many students to create their own comic books. The students spoke about their experience creating comics with Eben for a very long time! He truly inspired our kids embrace literacy in the form of comics. I know that Eben’s time spent on our campus was an experience none of my students will soon forget.
— Mrs. Pierucci, Woodbridge Elementary
I was lucky to work with Eben on one of his comic book programs and I am still in awe from watching him teach a class of 3rd, 4th and 5th graders how to create with own comics. If that was all he accomplished - a room full of interested and creatively sparked kids, that would absolutely be enough. But no, Eben also builds the children’s self-confiende to a point that not only are they able to effectively and eloquently pitch their story ideas to a group of adult artists, they also browsed our portfolios and thoughtfully picked which would do the best job for their story! Eben is a great writer, a gifted teacher, and simply someone who can make anything happen!
— Mike Gray, Award-Winning Illustrator

Past Clients

  • Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento

  • Verge Center for the Arts, Sacramento

  • Sharjah International Book Faire, U.A.E.

  • Isleton Elementary School, Isleton

  • ZappCon, Fresno

  • KrakenCon, Oakland

  • Jet City Comic Show, Tacoma

  • Mendocino County Library, Willits/Ukiah

  • Theodore Judah Elementary, Sacramento

  • Woodbridge Elementary, Roseville

  • Sacramento State University, Sacramento

  • Sacramento Public Libraries, Sacramento`

  • Los Rios Community College, Folsom

  • Capital Heights Academy, Sacramento

  • Big Minds Unschool, Pinole

  • Maker Faire Cairo, Egypt


Capitol Public Radio
Comic Book Resources
Sacramento Bee
Sacramento News & Review
Willits News

Upcoming Public Workshops

Eben is a gifted teacher, guiding his students through a world of fantasy and fun in a workshop all about writing in a creative and supportive environment. I tell everyone about the genius of that workshop - the genius that is Eben. How fun it was, how creative, how the story possibilities opened exponentially for each of the writers.
Don’t miss an opportunity to join him.
— Cindy Domasky, Workshop Participant