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Tags: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, A.S. Byatt, all things considered, Anna, Annie Get Your Gun, Anya Ulinich, Brave, Caitlin Moran, Catholic Guilt, Chicago, childhood, cinderella, Constance Chatterly, contractions, daughters, David Lodge, deadwood, Disney princess, domestic, elena ferrante, Elsa, feminism, freedom, frozen, Gina Di Salvo, henry rollins, How to be a woman, imagination, Jane Austen, Jenny Offill, Judith Butler, Let it Go, Lily Bart, marriage, motherhood, Mulan, On the Road, parenting, pocahontas, Prince Hans, Princess culture, romantic, Sarah Waters, singing, sleeping beauty, snow white, song, storytelling, Tangled, Tess Durbeyfield, the Bechdel test, The Rachel Papers, trapped
The New York Comics & Picture-Story Symposium is a weekly forum for discussing the tradition and future of text/image work. Open to the public, it meets Monday nights 7-9 p.m. EST in New York City.
MONDAY, October 5, 2009 – SUNDAY October 11, 2009 This week in New York, Stephen Elliott reads from his memoir The Adderall Diaries, which has its East Coast Launch with n+1, Spike Jonze week in New York, Sufjan Stevens performs, Arthur Jones hosts The Post-It Note Reading Series, Opium Magazine hosts Live Relaunch, Todd Solondz’s […]
Tags: adderall diaries, amanda stern, andrew solomon, Anya Ulinich, arthur jones, broken embraces, happy ending music & reading series, jhumpa lahiri, larkin grimm, life during wartime, maurice sendak, mike albo, n+1, nicole krauss, opium magazine, paper under the knife, Rozalia Jovanovic, Spike Jonze, starlee kine, sufjan stevens, tanguy viel, the white ribbon, todd solondz, todd zuniga, white material, zee avi