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The Lycan Librarian in NYC March 22, 2010

Posted by lycan librarian in Books and reading.
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     If you live in or near New York City, or will be there on May 6th, be sure to take the time to drop in and see the Lycan Librarian at Peter Norton’s Symphony Space. The event will be introduced by Ron Hogan of Beatrice.com, the well-known literary blog, which is presenting the event. It will be an interesting and stimulating evening with a lively panel discussion about Louisa May Alcott, her work, and the modern reinvention of her books with the addition of werewolves and other legendary characters. There is no reason not to attend as it will be quite safe for you come out — the moon will not be full.

Thursday, May 6 at 7:00 pm

Leonard Nimoy Thalia 

2537 Broadway at 95th,

New York, NY 10025-6990

$10; $8 Students, Seniors; $7 Members, $12 Day of Show      

     Pulitzer Prize-winning Louisa May Alcott biographer John Matteson (Eden’s Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father) sits down with authors Lynn Messina (Little Vampire Women) and Porter Grand (Little Women and Werewolves) to discuss the process of reimagining a beloved American classic… with monsters. A book signing will follow.

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1. Steve Buchheit - March 22, 2010

Woohoo! Wowsers. Now that’s a cool thing. Congrats, Porter. Can’t be there in person, but hear my spirit yelling, “Give ’em hell” from the peanut gallery.


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