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  • PA – Picture This Signing

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    Lynda Barry appears on Sunday March 20 at 2pm for a reading. A reception & book signing follows at 3pm.

    Lynda Barry has worked as a painter, cartoonist, writer, illustrator, playwright, editor, commentator and teacher. Her inspirational writing workshops are well known across the country and have been featured in the New York Times. This event will be held across the street at the Unitarian Universalist Church.

    DogStar Books
    529 West Chestnut Street, Lancaster, PA 17603

    PA – Picture This Signing

    Lynda Barry signs on Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 7:30PM.

    Cartoonist, novelist, and playwright Lynda Barry writes and draws the nationally syndicated comic strip Ernie Pook’s Comeek, featuring pre-teen characters Marlys and Freddie as they navigate the emotional traumas of growing up. Barry is also the author of the Alex Award-winning book, One Hundred Demons, and The Good Times are Killing Me, which was adapted as an off-Broadway musical. Winner of a 2009 Eisner Award, her bestselling graphic memoir and how-to book What It Is offered writers gentle creative guidance. Barry offers the same guidance to artists in Picture This—encouraging us to draw and exploring why we start drawing and why we stop. Like What It Is, her new book is an extension of Barry’s popular traveling workshop, “Writing the Unthinkable.”   

    Join us for Happy Hour at the Free Library! Mix and mingle with other Lynda Barry fans and enjoy light drinks and refreshments before Lynda takes the stage at 7:30 p.m. in the Montgomery Auditorium. Happy Hour runs from 6:30 – 7:15 in Room 108.

    Philadelphia Free Library
    Central Library, 1901 Vine Street, Philadelphia, PA

    IL – Picture This Signing

    January 19, 2011 by  
    Filed under Comic Books, Illinois, Signing and Appearance Profiles

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    Lynda Barry appears at Unity Temple in Oak Park Discussing PICTURE THIS on January 25, 2011 at 7:30 pm.

    Lynda Barry single-handedly created a literary genre all her own, the graphic memoir/how-to, otherwise known as the bestselling, the acclaimed, but most important, the adored and the inspirational What It Is. The R. R. Donnelley and Eisner Award-winning book posed, explored, and answered the question: “Do you wish you could write?” Now with Picture This, Barry asks: “Do you wish you could draw?” It features the return of Barry’s most beloved character, Marlys, and introduces a new one, the Near-sighted Monkey. Like What It Is, Picture This is an inspirational, take-home extension of Barry’s traveling, continually sold-out, and sought-after workshop, “Writing the Unthinkable.”

    Bestselling author, Elizabeth Berg, will lead the discussion at this event. 

    This will be a ticketed event. ADMISSION $10

    Each ticket can be redeemed for $10 off the cover price of Picture This at the event. 

    This event is co-sponsored by The Book Table, Unity Temple Restoration Foundation, the Friends of the Oak Park Public Library and Midwest Media. 

     Unity Temple
    875 Lake Street Oak Park, IL 60301

    QC – Picture This Signing

    December 14, 2010 by  
    Filed under Canada, Comic Books, Signing and Appearance Profiles

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    Lynda Barry presents a slide-show and conversation on Saturday January 15th at 7pm
    Ukrainian Federation – 5213 Hutchison, Montreal, QC
    Doors at 6:30 (open seating, first come, first served). Signing to follow event.
    $5 ticket gets you $5 off of Picture This

    Lynda Barry singlehandedly created a literary genre all her own, the graphic-memoir-how-to, otherwise known as the bestselling, the acclaimed, but most importantly, the adored and the inspirational What It Is. The R.R. Donelley and Eisner Award-winning book posed, explored and answered the question “Do you think you can write”? Now with Picture This, Barry asks “Why do we stop drawing?” and “Why do we start?” It is an inspirational, take home extension of Barry’s traveling, continually sold out, and sought after workshop, Writing The Unthinkable.

    This event is co-sponsored by POP Montreal

    Purchase your tickets HERE or at the bookstore.

    See the Facebook event page here