R. Alan Brooks & Cori Redford Present What'd I Miss

 

Tattered Cover is pleased to welcome R. Alan Brooks and Cori Redford to discuss their book What'd I Miss? at McGregor Square on Thursday, September 9th at 5:00pm MT. They will be in conversation with Representative Leslie Herod.

What'd I Miss is a weekly comic from R. Alan Brooks and Cori Redford that appears weekly in The Colorado Sun.

About the Authors

R. Alan Brooks teaches writing for Regis University’s MFA program, and Lighthouse Writers Workshop. He’s the author of “The Burning Metronome” and “Anguish Garden” - graphic novels featuring social commentary, as well as his award-winning weekly comic for The Colorado Sun, “What’d I Miss?”. His TED Talk on the importance of art reached 1 million views in 2 months. He hosts the “MotherF**ker In A Cape” comics podcast, which focuses on marginalized members of the geek world, and has written comic books for Pop Culture Classroom, Zenescope Entertainment, and more. In addition, Alan is a musician and noted stage host, regularly emceeing celebrated events, like the DINK Awards Show, and Arise Music Festival.

Cori Redford was born several years ago, and still has not lost her faith in humanity. She is an independent artist who still dresses like a toddler. You can probably find stuff she’s done all over the internet with a quick search, and maybe you’ll want to buy one of her t-shirts or zines. She hangs out with a bunch of groovy art kids, who battle with drawings instead of guns or dance like regular gangs. She is cool.

Representative Leslie Herod (HD-8) was elected in 2016 as the first LGBTQ African American in the General Assembly, while receiving the highest number of votes of any candidate running in a contested election. She serves as the Chair of the House Finance Committee, Vice Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, and Chair of the Committee on Legal Services. Rep. Herod also chairs the Colorado Black Democratic Legislative Caucus and the Arts Caucus.

Event address: 
Thursday, August 19, 2021 - 1:00pm
Thursday, August 19, 2021 - 1:00pm