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The Blog of Gene Luen Yang - Booklist Youth Forum at ALA in Washington, DC
Booklist Youth Forum at ALA in Washington, DC 
Later this week, I'll be heading over to the nation's capitol to punch a BP exec in the face to participate in the Booklist Youth Forum at the American Library Association Conference in Washington DC. I'll be joining my editor Mark Siegel (who also happens to be the genius behind Sailor Twain), illustrator Matt Phelan (who also happens to be the genius behind The Storm in the Barn) and underground comix legend Francoise Mouly (who also happens to be the genius behind Toon Books). It ought to be Level 6 Awesome-- that's pretty much the highest level of awesomeness you can achieve without punching a BP exec in the face. Here's the where and when:

Friday, 6/25/2010
8-10pm
Washington DC Convention Center, Room 144A-C




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Administrator (Gene Yang) 
Hey Gabe!

Long time no talk! Click Contact Gene and e-mail me! I'm not sure when I'm going back out to DC, but it'd be fun to catch up.

Gene

Gabe 
Gene,

I would love to meet up with you WHENEVER you're in the DC area since that's where I'm at for now. I suppose I'll have to contact you through other means. Glad to know things are going well!

Best,
Gabe

Administrator (Gene Yang) 
That was fun night, wasn't it, Mark? I thought the four of us fit together like puzzle pieces. We talked about the collision of the book and comics markets from four different perspectives: historian, book-guy, publisher, and comics-guy.



mark siegel 
Mister Yang! You've got to stop calling people names like that!

And you may be forgetting the best part of all: Gene Yang the genius at ALA before a huge packed auditorium, stealing the show. You made them fall out of their chairs laughing every three minutes. I stopped counting how many came by the booth later to say this was the highlight of ALA for them.

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