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TO DO: December 6-December 10

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Wednesday, December 6th

St. Louis, MO at 4PM

Gabrielle Bell, Kevin Huizenga, and Anders Nilsen at the Star Clipper

Kevin Huizenga will be promoting his new book Curses. He will be joined by Gabrielle Bell (Mome, Kramer’s Ergot) and Ander Nilsen (Dogs and Water, Big Questions). The Star Clipper is located at 6392 Delmar Blvd.

New York, NY from 6-8PM Dr. Sketchy’s Book Release Party at the Slipper Room
Dr. Sketchy’s 1 Year Anniversary Extravaganze and book release party for Molly Crabapple and Jon Leavitt’s new book Dr. Sketchy’s Official Rainy Day Coloring Book. Burlesque and live music, admission is free. The Slipper Room is located at 167 Orchard Street.

New York, NY at 7PM Fly and Ariel Schrag at Mo Pitkin’s
It’s the December installment of the Grace Comics Showcase at Mo Pitkin’s (Ave. A between 2nd and 3rd St.), featuring Fly and Ariel Schrag. Admission is free.

Thursday, December 7th

New York, NY at 8PM Carousel at Dixon Place
Cartoon slide shows presented by various creators, featuring Todd Alcott, Robbie Busch, Leela Corman, Julie Klausner, Jim Torok Brian Michael Weaver, David Wells and R.S. with guest appearances by Nina Hellman and James Urbaniak. R. Sikoryak hosts. Dixon Place is located at 258 Bowery, 2nd Fl, between Houston & Prince. Doors open at 7:30 PM, admission is $12; $10 for students/seniors.

New York, NY at 6:30PM Chris Ware at the Jewish Museum
The Jewish Museum presents Chris Ware in conversation with City of Chicago Cultural Historian Timothy Samuelson. Tickets are $15 for the general public, $12 for students, and $10 for Museum members. The Jewish Museum is located at 1109 Fifth Avenue (northeast corner of 92nd Street).

Friday, December 8th

Pittsburgh, PA at 4:30 PM Scott McCloud at Carnegie Mellon
Scott McCloud will be giving a talk titled “Comics: A Medium in Transition”. The event will take place in the McConomy Auditorium, University Center. Email Cathy Ribarchak
(cr2@andrew.cmu.edu) for mroe information.

Los Angeles, CA at 8PM Steven Weissman Reception at the Secret Headquarters


Join Steven Weissman for his opening reception at the Secret Headquarters (3817 W. Sunset Blvd).

New York, NY at 7PM Molly Crabapple Book Signing at Bluestockings
Molly Crabapple will be signing and reading from her new book, Dr. Sketchy’s Official Rainy Day Coloring Book. There will also be a mini Dr. Sketchy’s session featuring Amber Ray. Bluestockings is located at 172 Allen St and admission is free.

Sunday, December 10th

New York, NY at 2PM A Sketchy Neighborhood: Illustrated Talk at the Eldridge Street Project
Leela Corman and Ben Katchor speak with historian Eddy Portnoy. The event will take place in the Garden Cafeteria. The admission is apparently $5 adults/ $8 students/seniors.

San Francisco, CA from 7-9PM “Draw Me a Possum, 63 Ever-Lovin’ Blue-Eyed Years of Pogo” at the Cartoon Art Museum
Mark Burstein, Scott Daley and Steve Leialoha discuss Walt Kelly’s Pogo. Rarely seen book and original artwork will be shown during the presentation.

[Listing compiled by Cindy Arias]

  1. Hi Heidi. The McCloud talk at Carnegie Mellon is actually on Thursday the 7th at 4:30. I’ll be there and I’m quite excited for it.

  2. Thanks so much for mentioning us, but I wanted to point out that the event won’t be taking place in the Garden Cafeteria, but rather at the grand old Eldridge Street Synagogue. The Garden Cafeteria is the name of our literary series, which honors a now defunct cafeteria next to the Forward building on the Lower East Side where famous Yiddish writers would write and kibitz over coffee.

    Also, the admission cost is incorrect on the website listing – it’s actually $8 adults, $5 students/seniors. :-)

    Anyway, thanks again and hope to see you there!

    Barry

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