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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Palookaville 21 is in stores now!


It's been a long time since we teased about Seth's classy Palookaville 21. It is one fine lookin' book, and though I'd like to hoard them all for myself, it my duty to tell you they are now in stores. This gorgeous installment includes the long-awaited continuation of the Clyde Fans story; a rare peek at Seth's boyhood in the autobiographical "Nothing Lasts"; and, for the first time ever, a look at Seth's rubber stamp diary, which he's been dutifully keeping for the last ten years. If you missed our shocking exposé last spring, please refer here to learn all the deep dark secrets of Seth's life. All joking aside, his diary is very impressive, and an inspiration to those of us who have trouble continuing one for more than a week.

I think Jessica at Comics Beat has it right: "If there’s one thing Seth is a master of, his ability to reclaim the past while simultaneously blurring reality with fiction is unmatchable, and that alone makes Palookaville 21 worth getting your hands on."



TORONTO: Seth is going to be on two panels at The International Festival of Authors later this month. Here are the details- be sure to purchase your tickets. If you're a student or under 25, they're free, so reserve now!

Saturday, October 26th, 2:00 pm: IN CONVERSATION WITH PETER BAGGE AND SETH
A D+Q double whammy! Peter Bagge and Seth present their latest works and are interviewed by Brent Bambury.
York Quay Centre - Studio Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West

Sunday, November 3rd, 1:00 pm: THE ART OF INFLUENCE
Authors Chris Eaton, Bernice Eisenstein, Anne Michaels and Seth discuss the influence of technology and other people—both living and dead—on their work. Hosted and moderated by Emily M. Keeler.
York Quay Centre - Studio Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West


As marked on the strip itself, Seth requests you remove the piece of paper around the book's back cover. This is great, because then you've got your very own handsome Seth bookmark. Mmm.
NEW YORK: The It's A Good Life If You Don't Weaken exhibit is still on at the Adam Baumgold Gallery until October 26th! The exhibit features over 80 drawings from Seth's novel, as well as selected drawings from earlier works. The Adam Baumgold Gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 11am until 5:30pm, and is located at 60 East 66th Street.

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