Monday, October 22, 2007

Get Thee to a Library

This Thursday, I'll be downtown here in Chicago at the Harold Washington Library (400 S. State St.), as part of the Chicago Book Festival. I'll be doing a couple of slide shows (projecting slides of comics while reading them) from "The Three Paradoxes" and "Let Us Be Perfectly Clear" and talking about writing and creating comics. Who knows how it will turn out? Not me, I'm still putting together the slides.

The event is 6:30 to 7:30 in the 7th floor Chicago Author's Room. You can visit their website or download the pdf of the programming here for more information about the festival's events.

(As an aside: The title for this post, a bastardization of a line from Hamlet ("Get thee to a nunnery..."), was often employed by my American History teacher and great friend, Mr. Harris, whenever one of us, his snot-nosed pupils, did not have the information we ought, but were attempting in our laziness to mine the answer from him. Thanks, Mr. Harris.)

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