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Unshelved strip for 11/3/2009

AASL, UNC, and USC

Here are the details of the second-to-last leg of our Fall speaking tour, with delights for school librarians and library shools alike. Please tell your friends so we can have a great turnout!

Thursday we're putting on a series of shows at the Ingram booth 155 at AASL. I'll be drawing Unshelved characters while Gene and I chat with each other and the audience about the strip. We'll raffle off all the art I draw. Shows start at 5:15pm, 6:00pm, and 6:45pm.

Friday 3:00pm - 4:30pm we'll be at the Ingram booth, selling and signing Unshelved books, bags, and hats.

Friday 7pm we'll be speaking to UNC library students (and anyone else who shows up) at the UNC Charlotte campus, Fretwell building room 100, followed by a little selling and signing.

Saturday 9:30am - 11:00am we'll be selling and signing one last time at the Ingram booth.

Saturday 5:00pm we'll be speaking in Columbia, SC to USC library students (and anyone else who shows up) at the SC State Library on the corner of Senate and Bull St, followed by a little selling and signing.

All this presupposes that we don't die of exhaustion before then, but let's hope for the best.

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