Join CHGS for a special evening of conversation with Hungarian-born American graphic novelist and artist Miriam Katin.
From her biography: “I was born in Hungary during WWII. As far as I can remember there just seemed to have been a war which reminded people of other wars or that war was imminent. A revolution expected, happened, was over…what is next…This made for strange behavior with warped sentiments and scruples all around. While one is swimming as well as one can in this murky environment things do puzzle. In pictures and few words I am trying to find the line connecting events, people, causes and results. There is also of course the pleasure of just looking on.”+ More... - Less...
Salem, MA 01970
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