Sunday, June 2, 2013

Event: Resurrectionist Book Launch at Indy Hall

This Thursday, June 6th 
at 6pm:
E.B. Hudspeth's The Resurrectionist
Indy Hall
(20 N. 3rd St, Old City)

Brickbat & Co. will be at Indy Hall manning the merch table for E.B Hudspeth's Resurrectionist book launch, signing, gallery exhibit, etc, this Thursday, (June 6th) 6-8pm.

UPDATE: We have a handful of signed copies of The Resurrectionist here at the shop. Quantities are limited, so pick up a copy while you can!

On Thursday, June 6th Indy Hall in Old City will host a book launch and gallery show for The Resurrectionist: The Lost Works of Dr. Spencer Black by artist and debut novelist E.B. Hudspeth.

A Vanity Fair Hot Type pick and set in Philadelphia, The Resurrectionist is a cross between Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Gray’s Anatomy, and offers two incredible books in one. The first book is a fictional biography of Dr. Spencer Black while the second book is Black’s magnam opus: The Codex Extinct Animalia, an anatomical reference manual of mythological beasts all rendered in meticulously detailed black-and-white anatomical illustrations.

The book launch will feature a gallery showing of Hudspeth’s artwork from the book, a discussion with the author moderated by Jason Rekulak publisher of Quirk Books, followed by a book signing. The event is free and open to the public.

Author E.B. Hudspeth is an artist and author living in New Jersey. The Resurrectionist is his first book.

Moderator Jason Rekulak is the publisher of Quirk Books, a Philadelphia based publishing company. He has acquired and/or conceived some of the company's most successful books, including the international sensation Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, the #1 New York Times best seller Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, and the Edgar® Award winning Last Policeman.

What: The Resurrectionist book launch featuring a gallery showing and author discussion moderated by Quirk Books publisher Jason Rekulak

 Indy Hall
 20 N. 3rd Street
 Philadelphia, PA 19106

When: Thursday, June 6 from 6-8pm

Cost: Free

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