futekiya’s Editor-in-Chief Emma Hanashiro will be appearing as one of the Guest Speakers at the Boys’ Love Art Online Exhibition live stream held by Picaresque.
Emma will be appearing on July 26, Sun from 12 midnight to 2 AM (Japan time). Convert to your timezone using this guide.
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What is Boys’ Love Art Online Exhibition?
Boys’ Love Art Online Exhibition displays and sells postcard-sized original boys’ love artworks online. During the exhibition period, there will be live webcasts of the artworks in collaboration with the manager of the Picaresque store and the artists participating in the exhibition.
Independent creator Nacolat is also one of the participating artists. Purchase her art here:
You can read Nacolat’s works on futekiya here.
For more details on the Online Exhibition, visit the official website:
How can I watch the live stream?
Talks by several speakers will be streamed on the Picaresque YouTube Channel on July 25, Sat from 5 PM until July 26, Sun 3 AM (Japan Time).
You can convert to your timezone using this guide.
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About futekiya: BL manga subscription
In 2018, futekiya began as a Boys’ Love manga news and culture website operated by FANTASISTA, INC., a CG/VR production studio based in Tokyo, Japan. futekiya transformed into a budding global distributor of officially licensed BL manga in 2019.
futekiya launched as an online subscription service for officially licensed BL manga on July 8, 2019. Determined to connect fans around the world with English-translated BL legally and conveniently, futekiya empowers readers to support creators and the manga industry.
Readers who subscribe to futekiya and pay a flat monthly fee of $6.99 will have access to our expanding library of English-language manga. To subscribe, please go to read.futekiya.com and create an account. More information is in our guide.