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Publication Party

PENELOPE BASS
4 pm., Friday October 11 | Free.
Independent Publishing Resource Center
1001 SE Division St., Suite 2
 
In the age of tablets and smartphones, publications printed on real paper have become almost quaint—something read by hipsters and your grandpa. But celebrating the lasting, tactile joy of the printed object, the IPRC’s Publication Party hosts 20 tables of local, independent publishers and writers like Bitch Media, Tavern Books, Sparkplug comics and many others. Revel in the tangible.

Where: Independent Publishing Resource Center
Phone: 827-0249
Address: 1001 SE Division St., Suite 2

 
 
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