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“A book that is savagely smart, and funny. It offers critiques that are hard to take, and asks questions that are hard to answer.”—Volume 1 Brooklyn
Hear from author Jarett Kobek as he discusses his newest book, I Hate the Internet. This free conversation, which takes place in the Will Eisner Seminar Room at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, finds Kobek discussing women, comics, and the internet with Ohio State professor Robyn Warhol. A book signing follows; book sales will be provided by the Wexner Center Store.
Jarett Kobek is a Turkish-American writer living in Los Angeles. His provocative novella, ATTA, has generated much academic writing and was a bestseller in Canada. He writes regularly for museums and galleries, including Frieze Art Fair New York, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and the White Cube gallery in London.
Robyn Warhol is an Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor of English at The Ohio State University and is currently teaching a class on graphic memoirs at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.
Cosponsored with Ohio State’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, the Wexner Center for the Arts, and Ohio State's Popular Culture Studies, Department of English, Department of Classics, and Department of Comparative Studies.
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Jarett Kobek: I Hate the Internet