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Comic Arts Brooklyn: Brooklyn, NY: Three days of events!

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Poster by Tim Lane

Thanks for your patience, New York. As promised, we're bringing you our full panel and signing details for Comic Arts Brooklyn, which is next weekend! Drawn & Quarterly will be in town with a bunch of debut titles and three days of events with Aisha Franz, Julie Doucet, Michael DeForge, Adrian Tomine, Anders Nilsen, Lisa Hanawalt, Jillian Tamaki, and Art Spiegelman! 

Begin your weekend early at Desert Island - a new show of Julie Doucet's collage work is opening Thursday, November 6th, from 7pm to 9pm, and yes, Julie will be in attendance at this reception! This is a very rare opportunity to see what she's been working on as of late. Desert Island have already received the artwork and are teasing it on Twitter (!!!): 

Then, on Saturday, November 8th, bring yourself, your friends, and your pennies to Mt. Carmel Church (275 N. 8th Street), for a comics sale extravaganza! The fair is open from 11am to 7pm. You'll find Drawn and Quarterly upstairs, at tables U21+22, and we'll have these distinguished guests signing:

12pm-1pm: Julie Doucet and Aisha Franz
1pm-3pm: Michael DeForge
2pm-3pm: Aisha Franz
3pm-4pm: Julie Doucet
3pm-4:30pm: Adrian Tomine
4pm-5pm: Anders Nilsen

We'll also have four brand new debuts available! Check 'em: 

Earthling by Aisha Franz - preview here. In stores everywhere November 4th! 

First Year Healthy by Michael DeForge - preview here. This won't be in stores until January 2015!

Showa 1944-1953: A History of Japan by Shigeru Mizuki - preview here. This won't be in stores until November 11th! 

Pippi Won't Grow Up by Astrid Lindgren and Ingrid Vang Nyman - preview here. This won't be in stores until December 16th! 

Finally, spend an exciting-but-relaxing Sunday, November 9th enjoying programming at the Wythe Hotel Screening Room (80 Wythe Avenue). Tickets for these talks are now available, with a limited amount of FREE tickets, so reserve now! 

2pm-3pm: ART SPIEGELMAN in conversation with Roz Chast 
Spiegelman and Chast will discuss their lives and work in a conversation moderated by Paul Karasik. A signing will follow this panel!

Franz, Hanawalt, and Tamaki discuss their unique approaches to the comics medium within the larger context of self-publishing, commercial work, and creative collaboration in a conversation moderated by Alexandra Zsigmond. A signing will follow this panel!

CAB's full list of panels is here. We can't wait to see you, Brooklyn!