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….so come on down!

Seriously…no pressure.

WHY am I giving a talk? Because I donated a bunch of my mini-comics from the 90s on to the Library of Congress, and as part of the SPX festivities, I get to give a little talk.

I’ve been pondering my subject—notable books in the evolution of the graphic novel that aren’t as much remembered as they could be—for a long time. But I’m still putting it together.

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What’s on the list?

You’ll have to come to find out. (Because I haven’t finished the list yet.)

The talk is free and open to the public. More info here.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. BTW, if you are local, the dining room at Madison is one of the nicest eateries on Capitol Hill. Nice view of Jefferson and the Capitol, if I recall.

    Be sure to take a tour of the Jefferson Building! Built by the craftsmen who made the Columbia Exposition (the White City) such a success! The most beautiful building in DC!

  2. Heidi, Their collection also has ALL of the art material I produced for my Book of Ballads (original scripts with notes, thumbnail layouts and all 150 pages of original art) which I donated to them about two years ago. I still get a thrill each time I realize that my work is under their roof. Say hello to Martha Kennedy from me, okay? Best, Charles

  3. Heidi,

    I would check out your lecture for sure if I was there. As it happens, I’ll be there a month later. I am taking note of all the tips for visitors in the comments section.

    – Lee

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