Columbia College Chicago

April 8, 2010

Neil Gaiman on Libraries and Censorship for National Library Week - April 12

Calling all library lovers and Neil Gaiman fans!

WHO: Neil Gaiman via live streaming video
WHEN: Monday April 12, 2010
WHERE: Collins Hall, Columbia College Chicago,624 S. Michigan 6th floor
TIME: 5-7 pm
For more information, contact Kim Hale at: or 312.369.7355

This event is free and open to the public. Faculty & their classes are encouraged to attend.

Columbia College Chicago Library will be one of many libraries around the country participating in “An Evening with Neil Gaiman” sponsored by the American Library Association’ Campaign for America’s Libraries and the Jessamine County (Ky.) Public Library. Neil Gaiman is also this year’s Honorary Chair of National Library Week. He won the 2009 Newbery Medal for his work, “The Graveyard Book.”

This presentation will feature a live interview via streaming video of Mr. Gaiman discussing his life-long love of libraries and the role they play in a democratic society by supporting intellectual freedom. Audience members will have the opportunity to submit questions in advance at

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