If you’re in the Bay Area this weekend, you should come out to the Roadworks Festival at the San Francisco Center for the Book. I will be there pushing my books (along with many other vendors and interesting things to see, do, and eat), as usual.

The info (from the SFCB website):

Join us for the Center's sixth annual
Roadworks: Steamroller Printing street fair. The event includes dozens of vendors (with books, prints and other handmade items), community artists, music, and amidst it all we'll be making prints from large-scale linoleum blocks - carved especially for the occasion--with a steamroller.

"The massive, crushing force of a two-ton-steamroller and the beautiful, intricate markings of an artist's linoleum-cut print might seem to exist in completely separate worlds, but in a unique and fun event called the
Roadworks: Steamroller Printing Street Fair, these worlds will collide. Six featured artists: Megan Adie, John Hersey, Rik Olson, Jenny Robinson, Michael Wertz, and Rigo 23, and many additional artists and community members will have their work printed as the steamroller rumbles up the road, while handmade arts and craft vendors, music, food, and kids' activities attract many additional onlookers. Join us for this amazing experience, and perhaps leave with a one-of-a-kind souvenir!"

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