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Talks Update

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On August 14, Gene and I will be delivering our keynote Surviving The Public to the attendees of the Pacific Northwest Library Association conference in lovely Helena, MT.

This is excellent timing, as the first leg of my family's USA Roadtrip happened to pass near there at around that time. So instead of flying there and staying in a hotel, I'm driving there and spending the night in my own bed!

I'm happy to say that I've already gotten several dozen invitations to speak at libraries around the country over the next year. If you'd like to hire me to help teach your patrons how to become a cartoonist in the digital age, please drop me a line. We plan to sit down and map out the itinerary for the first part of trip shortly.

You can also hire Gene and/or me to speak at your library staff day, conference, or other event - see our talks & appearances page for more information.

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Our next appearances

Jun 25-30 San Francisco, CA
ALA Annual
Booth 217 (Gene & Ang)

Jun 28 Las Vegas, NV
Clark County Library
2pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Jun 29 Las Vegas, NV
Sahara West Library
6pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Aug 6 Schaumburg, IL
The Illinois Institute of Art
1pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Aug 7 Coal City, IL Three Rivers Public Library staff
Talk (Gene & Bill)

Oct 8 Athens, GA
GACOMO
Funny Thing (Gene & Bill)

Oct 9 Cincinnati, OH
OLC
Talk (Gene & Bill)

Oct 12 Redwood City, CA
Redwood City Public Library staff
Talk (Gene & Bill)

Oct 28 Novi, MI
Michigan Library Association
Too Much Information (Gene & Bill)

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