More Virginia Book Signings

More Virginia book signings! Because my Washington Post event has sold out, I will be signing books next week at two additional locations: the Costco in Arlington, VA on Sunday, June 1 at 12 pm; and the Costco in Fairfax, VA on Sunday, June 1 at 3 pm.

And if you don’t want a book signed, I can always direct you to the frozen corn dogs.

9 thoughts on “More Virginia Book Signings

  1. I’m looking forward to tonight, despite the likely dearth of frozen corn dogs at the Post.

  2. It was a real pleasure to meet you last night at the Washington Post interview. I really enjoyed your stories. Thank you for signing all my books. As an aspring cartoonist I really look up to your work and I would consider it a great honor if you would look at my cartoon on my blog. It is called Raincloud and Whirlwind.

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  5. Aaahhh! I wish I saw this last year! Other than of course, in the past Calvin and Hobbes which your post on having seen Bigfoot is actually how I found your blog, I only read your comic, and then two other webcomics — Cyanide and Happiness and XKCD. I definitely would have made it to the Costco in Arlington signing. I’m sorry I missed you, but I wanted to wish you the best and thank you for continuing to entertain the masses. Your characters are hilarious and loveable, and I love how you usually (and self-deprecatingly) put yourself in your strips.

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