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More than 150 writers and artists explore themes, causes and responses to gun violence, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Route 91 Strong.

Image Comics’ anthology ‘Where We Live’ benefits Las Vegas in more ways than one

June 14th, 2018

More than 150 writers and artists explore themes, causes and responses to gun violence, with all proceeds benefiting the nonprofit Route 91 Strong.

  • New work from comedian Louie Anderson, poet Claudia Keelan and more.

  • It unfolds leisurely over just two days and four events—with no overlaps.

  • UNLV professors and authors Doug Unger and José Orduña will host the February 28 event.

  • Zines were what the blogosphere was to the early aughts—a real-life, pre-Internet era Tumblr.

  • Kevin MacKinnon plans to self-publish You’re My Human to help pets find forever homes.

  • "I was driving my car when she called. It was Oprah’s voice in surround sound."

  • In vitro fertilization, too, is federally banned, because an amendment outlaws the transfer of embryos from laboratory to uterus.

  • Michael Wolff makes a convincing case that the campaign that expected to lose gamely morphed into the administration that can’t run the empire.

  • Lincoln, Grant and Clinton make appearances.

  • The posthumous collection reflects a lifetime of the writer’s journalism, essays and profiles.

  • Attempting a modern sequel of a classic novel is a dicey affair.

  • He has in many ways become the country’s most recognized black writer, a latter-day James Baldwin.

  • Local authors make a strong showing this year.

  • She accepts at least some of the blame for her long campaign’s miserable death.

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