Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Pete to speak on how PD opened the way for a binge of creativity

I'll be giving a talk at UAA, partly based on a post from this very blog. Below is the announcement as it appears on my humor blog, Frozen Grin.

The reclusive cartoonist Peter Dunlap-Shohl, who goes only by his first and last name, will emerge blinking into the light for a rare public appearance during which he will reveal the secrets of his creative mojo.

His hordes of wild, debauched, and frankly, non-existent followers, the so-called ""Petefreaks"" are not expected to attend. And as usual he will not conclude his act by singing "God Save the Queen" and then biting the head off a live oyster, as oysters do not have heads, and furthermore Peter does not eat them anyway.

Surprise guests will include former Governor Frank Murkowski, and present Governor Sarah Palin, neither of whom has plans to attend but will be there nevertheless in digital incarnations. Surprise guys!

This will be a tough show to get tickets for, even if you are early, because it's a brown bag, and since when do brown bags have tickets?

That's 1:00 the 18th at UAA's Beatrice McDonald Hall room 211.

More hype can be found here.

And remember, there is ample parking. In midtown.

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