Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Event: Michael DeForge & Sadie Dupuis

 Thursday, March 23rd at 7pm
Brickbat Books:

Michael DeForge
Sadie Dupuis

Join Michael DeForge for a live reading and book signing as he introduces the world to Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero. Sticks has escaped her heritage for the refuge of the woods and through her story, DeForge delivers another deeply humane work, one that subtly questions the integrity of the political state and contemporary journalism, all while investigating our relationship to the natural world.

Michael will be joined by musician Sadie Dupuis (Sad13, Speedy Ortiz) who will play a solo set following the reading. Come out for a celebratory lo-fi comics night!

Michael DeForge was born in 1987 and grew up in Ottawa, Ontario. His one-person anthology series Lose has been nominated for, or won, every major comics award including the Ignatz and Eisner awards. His previous graphic novels with Drawn & Quarterly are Ant Colony, Big Kids, and First Year Healthy. This March he releases Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero.

Sadie Dupuis is a musician, writer and artist who most frequently performs as the frontdemon of the rock group Speedy Ortiz, which has released two critically acclaimed albums for Carpark Records. She also writes politically-geared pop songs under the moniker Sad13. Based in Philadelphia, her writing on music has been published in Spin, New York Magazine, and Nylon, and she earned an MFA in poetry from UMass Amherst.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Event: Tues. the 21st: Mairead Case

 Tuesday, March 21st at 7:30
Brickbat Books:

Mairead Case

Mairead Case reads from her novel SEE YOU IN THE MORNING (featherproof), a story about three high schoolers in a small Midwestern town, summer before senior year of high school. The narrator doesn't know their gender or if they're in love with their best friend.



Mairead Case is a working writer in Colorado. She is a PhD student at the University of Denver, the Summer Writing Program Coordinator at Naropa, a legal observer, and a writing teacher at DU, Naropa, and the Denver women's jail. She is the author of the novel SEE YOU IN THE MORNING and the poetry chapbook TENDERNESS, and is working on a new book about Antigone. /