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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

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Bookworm: A Fair for Book Lovers

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Remember the days of browsing through the Scholastic Book Fair, when the school gym or library would magically transform into a bookstore and you’d beg your parents for a few extra dollars or spend your lunch money buying books? The folks at K23 Gallery share those same fond memories. So, they’re putting together a book fair of their very own — but this time it’s for adults. Featuring a vendor list of San Antonio’s popular and upcoming zines, independent authors and comic artists, the gallery will present Bookworm: A Fair for Book Lovers. Browse through work by Beer Fang, Warship Zine, St. Sucia, Flashback Zine, Myopic Press and several others. Plus, you can pick up a limited edition poster by Hello Reg, stickers, erasers and other knick-knacks, just like the good old days. $3 suggested donation, noon-6pm Sun, K23, 702 Fredericksburg Road, (210) 776-5635,
— Alejandra Lopez

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