Librarians, here we come!

One of the more unique – and enjoyable – conferences I attended last year was the American Library Association Annual Conference (held in Anaheim last June).  It’s a huge smorgasbord of some of the most influential readers and people in the publishing industry – the librarians!

I’m excited to attend this year’s Annual Conference again, which will be held this weekend in Chicago (at the McCormick Place convention Centre, where we’ve attended C2E2 the last two years).  I will be representing Kill Shakespeare at the event, which will be open this Friday (the 28th) and go until Monday (July 1st).

For those attending the show, I will be in the Artist Alley section of the show, at Booth 2461.  Make sure to swing by and say hello and I’ll probably be able to give you a sneak peak at the final issue of The Tide of Blood (but if I show you I may need to kill you afterwards…).

One of the other things that will be happening is a silent auction through the weekend.  Andy Belanger has donated an original page of art from our original series, which is up for auction.  Details about the silent auction can be found here. (Updated – June 25 – the page on the site was ruined in transit so we will be bringing another page for the auction instead.)

Here’s a video interview I did at last year’s show, talking about my experiences at libraries growing up:

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