Chris Claremont is a unique talent. No other writer has sold more copies, fought prejudice, provided source material for billions of dollars of profit in the TV and movie industry, been translated into more languages, changed people’s lives. His work stretches across generations, is constantly reprinted, is ever the source for stories across new platforms.
Teaching and Talks: Chris often teaches and speaks at universities, libraries, writers’ workshops and literary festivals. He brings the unique insight of someone who has been a best-selling working writer for over 40 years in both comics and prose, whose work is the subject of both serious scholarly research and pop culture documentaries, whose papers are easily accessed at Columbia University — and whose best-known work on the X-Men captures the interest and imagine of audiences of all ages. Chris has taught at Princeton, Columbia, U Penn, MIT, spoken at libraries from Florida to Idaho, conducted writer’s workshops for homeless women and Ivy League graduate students. Presentation tailored to audience demographics.
Speaking engagements: Chris has captivated audiences around the country and around the globe. Clients include such diverse groups as the New York City Department of Education, the US Department of Defense, and the Mémorial de la Shoah, Paris. Chris speaks to nurturing creativity, following passion, inclusivity for all. Discuss your needs with us.
Comic Conventions and Festivals: Chris can increase the visibility and profitability of your convention. Pitch the news of his appearance to your local media, and see PR and media placement take off. Chris has been a featured guest at high-profile comics and pop culture events such as San Diego Comic-con, NYCC (New York Comic Con), Festival International de la Bande Dessinée d’Angoulême, Lucca Comics and Games, and many more. We provide headshots, bio, and other support.