I've got a busy September coming up. Here are two of the big events:
On Sept 15 at 7pm, I'll be on a panel with Larry Hama, Christine Norrie, Jann Jones, and Jae Lee at the Museum of Chinese in the Americas in New York. The topic of the night will be Asian Americans in Comics. This is especially awesome for me because I grew up reading Larry Hama and Jae Lee's comics... I might have to dig up some of my old G.I.Joes to bring with me. Please come if you can! More info on the museum is here.
On the weekend of the 29th, I'll be at the National Book Festival with my publisher First Second
. On Saturday, I'll be doing a presentation at 2:55 and a signing at 4:00. Again, please come if you can! It'd be great to see you.
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Looking forward to meeting you at the National Book Festival!
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Thanks for the update on your appearance schedule. Mark Siegel mentioned you would be coming to the East coast this fall during my visit to the Toronto Comics Art Festival. I checked the MOCA website and there is no mention of the event on the 15th? Is it by invitation only? I am interested in attending and it would be great to finally meet you in person. Cheers from a fellow ABCC (American Born Catholic Chinese ;)
I really hope to make it to the museum on September 15th. I haven't read the book yet, but I will by the time the 15th roles around. I got the book when I was interviewing with a job at Holtzbrinck. They gave it to me to write a press release on to see an example of my work. I was eventually hired by Holtzbrinck, but still did not read the book entirely. I didn't think about it again until I bought a new Ipod and started downloading these things I had never heard of before called podcasts. I'm Catholic so I looked for some rosary downloads and there I found the Rosary Army. After going through most of the podcasts I heard a second interview with you! I didn't know you were Catholic. So now I'm determined to read the book! I also love the artwork! It's described as "simple" but it's often the most challenging work to create. Striped down but still amazing.
Hope to see you in NYC.
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