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Unshelved strip for 7/28/2014

Bon Voyage To Bill

Tomorrow, Tuesday, July 29, 2014, my family will hop into Applejack, our faithful Chevy Suburban, hitch up Cuddles, our Shadow Cruiser S290DBS, and start driving. We won't return to Seattle until September 1, 2015. You can follow my adventures on my blog and my Twitter feed. If I'm passing through your town you might be able to hire me to teach a class on cartooning at your library.

Wish me luck!

P.S. What with recovering from Comic Con and preparing for the trip, things are a little hectic around here. So we're running some golden oldie strips this week and will probably do so again sometime in August.

This classic Unshelved strip

originally appeared on 2/20/2004. Buy a signed print

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Oct 12 Baldwinsville, NY
Baldwinsville Public Library
1pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Oct 17 Bethlehem, NH
Bethlehem Public Library
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Oct 23 Lewiston, ME
Lewiston Public Library
4:30pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Oct 24 Williamsburg, VA
Virginia Library Association
How to Ban a Book (Gene)

Oct 26 Medway, MA
Medway Public Library
1pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Oct 29 Lake Chelan, WA
WALE
Too Much Information (Gene)

Nov 2 Chantilly, VA
Chantilly Regional Library
3pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Nov 7 Tinley Park, IL
Illinois School Library Media Association
Funny Thing (Gene & Bill)

Nov 8 Lake Villa, IL
Lake Villa District Library
1pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

Nov 13 Charlottesville, VA
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library
6pm Cartooning in the Digital Age (Bill)

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