Unshelved comic strip for 3/8/2009

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Spring Tour 2009

In a week I'm heading out to begin Unshelved's 2009 Spring Tour. Here's what's happening:

  • Mar 20-22 Easthampton, MA for Webcomics Weekend. This will be all kinds of awesome, but if you're not already pre-registered then you may be out of luck - we've blown past our wildest estimates for this event.
  • April 1-3 Houston, TX for Texas Library Association.
  • April 4-5 Seattle, WA for Emerald City Comic Con, our hometown comic convention which is quickly turning into one of the best of its kind.
  • May 1 Saratoga Springs, NY for New York Library Association School Library Media Section (yes, that is quite a mouthful). Gene and I will be the banquet speakers. And beforehand we'll tell you How to become an Internet Celebrity in just Seven Years, an informal walk through the colorful history of Unshelved.
  • May 29-31 New York, NY for Book Expo America, our favorite library conference. Now's a great time to register.

We hope to see you at one or more of these events around the country!

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