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ALAN MOORE & MELINDA GEBBIE:
LOST GIRLS


They guided us through Wonderland, Neverland and the Land of Oz. Now Alice, Wendy and Dorothy have grown up and are ready to guide us through the realms of sexual awakening and fulfilment. Told by one of the most influential writers in the history of comics, Alan Moore has brought us such groundbreaking graphic novels as V For Vendetta, From Hell and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Lost Girls is illustrated by Melinda Gebbie, creator of Wimmen’s Comix and Tits & Clits. Alan and Melinda will be in conversation with comedian, author and comic fan Stewart Lee. Lost Girls is for adults only.

In collaboration with Blackwells.

Where: Logan Hall, 20 Bedford Way, London
When: Thursday, October 12, 2006 - 7pm

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