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Neil Gaiman

PENELOPE BASS
3 pm., Saturday June 29
Crystal Ballroom
1332 W Burnside St.
 
You may have lied about reading Harry Potter, but there’s no shame in diving headlong into the comics, graphic novels and children’s literature of fantastical storyteller Neil Gaiman (Coraline, American Gods). Having recently released his first “adult” novel in eight years, Gaiman expertly tackles the fear and uncertainty of childhood in The Ocean at the End of the Lane. His Portland reading is sold out, so you might have to scalp tickets from a children’s librarian.

Where: Crystal Ballroom
Phone: 225-0047
Address: 1332 W Burnside St.
Website: www.mcmenamins.com

 
 

Crystal Ballroom

1332 W Burnside St.
Portland, OR
 
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