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Eliza Frye Reads From Regalia 8/11

Aug ’12
7:00 pm

Regalia is a collection of short stories exploring themes of sex and death through visual metaphor, magical realism, and white tigers. Some of the stories have been previously published and some are brand new. They are all love letters.

“Frye has a powerful style. I had an immediate, almost visceral reaction to the images.”

—  Derik A. Badman, COMIXTALK

“I really want this … but I’m afraid of what my pastor will say.”

Chicago Comic Con Attendee

Eliza Frye is a graphic novelist, illustrator and exhibiting artist. Her comics have been featured in literary magazines and anthologies in the United States and Europe, and her short story “The Lady’s Murder” was nominated for a 2009 Eisner Award. She has studied Character Animation at California Institute of the Arts and has a BA in Japanese Literature from UCLA. She enjoys her tea earl grey, hot.

For more info: elizafrye.com and mail@elizafrye.com

Sat, Aug 11th 7pm