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Panel Borders: Alan Moore, saving local libraries

February 6, 2011

Panel Borders:

Alan Moore, saving local libraries

Partially broadcast 22nd February 2011 on Resonance 104.4 FM

Alan Moore and local residents outside St James Library, Northampton

Alan Moore and local residents outside St James Library, Northampton

A special hour long edition of Panel Borders, recorded at St James’ Library in Northampton, February 2011. Alan Moore talks about the closure of local libraries and the loss this will cause for the community and reads the short story ‘Cold Reading’ from his periodical Dodgem Logic followed by a Q and A with members of the audience. Introduced by Graham Croucher, Secretary of the St. James’ Residents Association. Edited and recorded by Alex Fitch.

Death stalks the shelves of St James library

Death stalks the shelves of St James library

For more info about this podcast and a variety of formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org

Links: Sign the petition to save St. James Library
More info about St. James Library
Local Lib-Dem page on the potential closure
Alan Moore youtube video on the library cuts
Dodgem Logic website
Read Cold Reading at newhumanist.org.uk

More podcast interviews with Alan Moore and his collaborators
Interview with Josie Long and talk by David Quantick and Savage Pencil about their work in Dodgem Logic

Recommended events:

Orbital Comics exhibition and events

Pauls Cornell and Rainey panel

Paul Cornell (Action Comics / Captain Britain) and Paul Rainey (There’s no time like the present / The Book of Lists) will be involved in a panel discussion about their work in Orbital, preceeded by a signing of their work. Saturday 19th Feb, 4pm / 7pm

Mark Stafford exhibition

Artist Mark Stafford (Bryan Talbot’s Cherubs / Electric Sheep Magazine) is exhibiting his work in the Orbital gallery, including images from his forthcoming contribution to Self Made Hero’s H.P. Lovecraft anthology… 18th Jan 2011 – 13th Feb 2011

More info at www.orbitalcomics.com

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    […] of ‘Save our libraries’ day on February 5th, Northampton author and graphic novelist Alan Moore reads his dark and comedic short story ‘Cold Reading’ from his periodical ‘Dodgem Logic’ and answers questions from the local community about […]

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    […] of ‘Save our libraries’ day on February 5th, Northampton author and graphic novelist Alan Moore reads his dark and comedic short story ‘Cold Reading’ from his periodical ‘Dodgem Logic’ and answers questions from the local community about […]

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