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Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Peter Bagge, Miriam Katin, & Vanessa Davis in Miami

The Miami Book Fair is in full swing down Florida way, and we've got three Drawn & Quarterly authors in attendance for all your book-learning needs this weekend: Peter Bagge, Vanessa Davis, and Miriam Katin!

You'll be able to catch Peter Bagge repping Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story at two panels on Saturday November 23rd. Handily both are in the same room - the Centre Gallery (Building 1) on the 3rd floor in room 1365.

The first is at 11 am, and it's "Making Music with Comics" featuring Peter Bagge, Ed Piskor (Hip Hop Family Tree), Paul Pope (Battling Boy), Vivew Tiwary (The Fifth Beatle), and moderated by former Vertigo editor Joan Hilty. The second is at 2 pm, and it's "Visionaries Real and Imagined" featuring Peter Bagge, Ben Katchor (Hand-Drying in America), and Gene Luen Yang (Boxers/Saints). Those are some stellar lineups of cartoonists, y'all.

And that's not all! The next day, why not sneak back up to the same room? Sunday November 24th at 12:30 pm in the Centre Gallery's room 1365 on the third floor, the Miami Book Fair presents "Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women." On hand to discuss their work: Vanessa Davis (Make Me a Woman), Miriam Katin (Letting It Go), Diane Noomin (DiDi Glitz), Ariel Schrag (Potential), and exhibit co-curator Michael Kaminer. This panel of dauntingly awesome Jewish cartoonists will be moderated by Professor Laurie Schrage.

All panels are followed by signings, so get down there Bagge/Davis/Katin fans, and bring your books - or pick 'em up at the show. We won't be there but the Miami Book Fair's official retailer, Books & Books, will have plenty of copies of Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story, Make Me a Woman, Letting It Go, and We Are On Our Own to sell you. Have a wonderful comics-y weekend, Miamiites.


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