The Library of Congress (Washington DC) hosts Will Eisner for an April 1 discussion of the graphic novel.
“In the lecture, Eisner will discuss his own approach to writing and illustrating graphic novels and explore his views on the evolution of popular visual media. Images from early wordless books and a variety of recent graphic novels will be shown, along with a selection of Eisner’s own drawings.”
The event, to be held at the James Madison Building’s Mumford Room, will be free and open to the public. More information at the Library of Congress site.