6/6/13

CAKE 2013

It's here again, as promised, the second year of CAKE. We have all the confidence in the world that we're in for another great weekend in Chicago, hope you can make it. If the above graphic cannot be parsed, here's the key:

Saturday
Nicholas Breutzman will be at the 2DC table from 11am-3pm in support of our CAKE debut and his newest release, Deep in the Woods, with the other half of the DITW equation, Noah Van Sciver, sneaking away from his table to join Nic from 1-2pm. Justin Skarhus (speaking) will be there to keep the peace and explain everything on the table. Raighne might drift in and out around the first half of the day, but you'll have to wait and see!

As the afternoon progresses, we'll see a changing of the guard, as Chris Adams will spend 3-6pm pushing his first book with 2DC, Strong Eye Contact, also making its US debut at CAKE. Mr. Raighne Hogan will be presiding over the proceedings, with Justin possibly milling around, but probably not.

Sunday
We're back again, but in reverse. Chris and Raighne will be starting things off from 11am-3pm, with Nic and Justin picking up the 3-6pm shift, accompanied by Noah again from 3-4pm

Now that you know when we'll be around, you just need to know where we are! Here, let us help you out:



While we technically only have one table, it's pretty much a whole 2DC row, with a large portion of the 2DC roster all lined up to show off not only their own 2DC releases, but drop some new work on you (coughcoughWillDinskiVincentStallcough). You might even see a sneak peak of Anna Bongiovanni's new book if you look hard enough and ask nicely, but no promises! Noah will be nearby as well (table 83), where he'll have copies of Deep in the Woods if you want a one-on-one convo with him about it. He'll also have copies of the new BLAMMO #8, can't wait to see that thing, it's been a while.

There's plenty of other people in our vicinity we're fortunate to be around (CCC, IDTN group, etc., etc.), but I don't think you need more convincing, see you in Chicago over Dad-day weekend.

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