William Heller is a 16 year-old that goes by the nickname of Lowboy, mainly because of his fondness for riding the subway. Not the most exciting of hobbies, but then again you're not a schizophrenic off his meds who believes that the world is going to end in 10 hours.
NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies and KGB Bar present a panel of comics writers and artists who will discuss graphic novels and what American Splendor writer Harvey Pekar has called “graphic non-novels”—memoirs in the form of book-length comics. Think Art Spiegelman’s Maus and Alison Bechdel's Funhouse.
OSO Restaurant at the Southampton Inn continues its Dinner and… series, a night of fine food and conversation with Hamptons luminaries. On deck is Bob Zellner, author of The Wrong Side of Murder Creek, a stirring look back at his life during the civil rights movement.