More Lynda Barry on tour and Montreal report

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201101191846 More Lynda Barry on tour and Montreal report

If you missed the earlier stops, you can still see the one and only phenomenal Lynda Barry talking and inspiring:

DO NOT MISS Lynda Barry on tour for PICTURE THIS in a city near you. Seeing Lynda Barry’s exceptional, inspirational presentation in person is something each and every fan should witness. Lynda has been speaking to SRO, sold out audiences across the continent so be sure to reserve your ticket or to show early!

January 25th 2011 OAK PARK IL | Tuesday, 7:30
Book Table at Unity Temple with novelist Elizabeth Berg (OPEN HOUSE)

Feb 23-25 INDIANAPOLIS
Indiana University, Basille Auditorium, Rufus Reiberg Series.

March 17th PHILLY | Thursday, 7:30 PM
Free Library

March 19th LANCASTER PA | Saturday, Time TBD
Dog Star Books

April 6-11 EG Conference in Monteray CA

April 15th WELLESLEY MA | Friday, 7:30 PM
Newhouse Center at Wellesley College with Alison Bechdel (FUN HOME)

And if you need any more persuasion to go, here’s a fantastic post by Peggy Burns talking about Barry’s Montreal stop.

201101191855 More Lynda Barry on tour and Montreal report

This is her line about 30 minutes after the show had ended. She signed for two hours. Here’s a hint about Lynda’s lines, it stinks to be at the end, but the wait is worth it – she spends even more time with the last few people in line, as she knows how long they have been waiting.


Do not miss this chance!

Comments

  1. Agreed! She’s so great.

  2. CitizenCliff says:

    I actually loved her play “The Good Times Are Killing Me” so much I went to see it twice, and bought tickets for friends and said, “here! go see this play.”

    Lynda Barry = National Treasure.

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