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Alison Bechdel

Wed, May 8, 2013
  • 6:30PM
  • 6:30PM
ALL TICKETS:  $55 (includes dinner, wine, tax and tip)

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Wednesday May 08, 2013
Performances no longer available.

Moderated by Phillip Lopate

“As complicated, brainy, inventive and satisfying as the finest prose memoirs…The book delivers lightning bolts of revelation.”
—The New York Times Book Review on Are You My Mother?

Alison Bechdel is the author of two bestselling graphic memoirs, Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, which won an Eisner Award and was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, and Are You My Mother? For 25 years, she wrote and drew the popular comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For, a visual chronicle of modern life, queer and otherwise. Bechdel has also been an editor of the Best American Comics series and has drawn comics for Slate, McSweeney’s, Entertainment Weekly, Granta, and The New York Times Book Review. She lives in Vermont.

Ticket exchanges & refunds 

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Alison Bechdel will not be able to participate.

Please call BAM Ticket Services at 718.636.4100, or bring your ticket to the box office no later than 6pm on May 8 to make your arrangements for refund, exhange, or donation. After May 8 all outstanding tickets will be refunded.

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Phillip Lopate 

Phillip Lopate is the author of a dozen books, including Waterfront, Portrait of My Body, Notes on Sontag, Getting Personal, and Being with Children, and a contributing author to BAM: The Complete Works. Lopate is a Guggenheim Fellow and the director of the graduate nonfiction program at Columbia University.

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