Next Monday in the Apple

I’ve been sending the promo graphic below to friends in New York City who might be inclined to show up for the panel I’ll be part of next week, so I figure I’ll share it with you loyal blog-readers while I’m at it.

Those of you who live at some distance from lower Manhattan (like, say, in California, Hawaii, or Istanbul) may want to weigh the cost of air fare before rushing to buy plane tickets. But if you’re going to be in the neighborhood anyway next Monday evening and feel like being part of the event, my fellow cartoonists/panelists will be happy to see you there.

The program starts at 6:30. To be 100% sure you get a spot in the hall, call 212-367-1176 for advance reservations.

This program, which you already know about if you read my earlier post about it, is being organized by Gay Men’s Health Crisis, one of several events around the Big Apple that mark a quarter-century’s worth of struggle against the plague that blindsided so many of us back in 1981. The Museum of Comics and Cartoon Art is hosting the occasion as part of its ongoing MoCCA Mondays series.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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