We're so excited to announce a virtual pub day event with local author, Grant Snider! With humor and a touch of reality, his newest book, The Art of Living, reflects on mindfulness in our day-to-day lives; this book is truly one for all ages. Sarah says:
"On the surface Snider's Comic Art seems light-hearted, but take a minute and really look at his expression of the mental gymnastics--some silly, some profound, but all deep--we all experience. I love Grant Snider's accessibility, his kindness, and his hope. A gift for all of us. And to give to anyone we know and love."
The event will be hosted over Zoom webinar on Tuesday, April 5th at 6pm central time.This is a ticketed event. Each ticket comes with access to the event, plus a personalized signed copy of the book. We can also provide personalized signed copies of his other books. You can view all the titles here. Please be sure to add personalization info in the notes of your order.
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About The Art of Living
In The Art of Living, cartoonist Grant Snider, author of The Shape of Ideas and I Will Judge You by Your Bookshelf, has created an all-new collection of one- and two-page comics that map his inner thoughts, poetic observations, and frequent failures at living mindfully. With both humor and a touch of reality, The Art of Living centers on mindfulness, but also empathy, relaxation, gratitude, and awareness—evergreen subjects that are more important and relevant now than ever. With a striking package, The Art of Living is an extension of the themes of Snider’s first two books—which explored the creative process and the love of reading—and is the perfect gift for those in a need of reflection, commiseration, hope, and a little extra self-care. Above all, Snider's cartoons will inspire and encourage a more thoughtful way of experiencing the world.
About Grant Snider
Grant Snider is an orthodontist by day and an artist by night. He is the author of The Shape of Ideas and I Will Judge You by Your Bookshelf, along with several picture books for young readers, including Blue Floats Away by Travis Jonker. His comics have been featured in the Kansas City Star, the New York Times, and the New Yorker, as well as The Best American Comics 2013 anthology. He lives in Wichita, Kansas, with his wife and five children. Visit him online at incidentalcomics.com.