A popular bookshop near Bucks County will be helping a nearby university host a speaking engagement with an extremely popular writer.
The Frenchtown Bookshop, located at 28 Bridge Street in the namesake town over the river from Bucks County, will be collaborating with Lehigh University in Bethlehem to host writer Neil Gaiman, who will be discussing literature, art, and his philosophy on the crafts to a large audience. The event will take place at the university’s Zoellner Arts Center on Oct. 8 at 4 PM.
The New Jersey bookshop will be offering attendees the chance to buy a book that will be signed by Gaiman. Some of the titles include his books “The Sandman”, “Norse Mythology”, “Coraline”, and “American Gods”, among others.
“Fans can pre-order signed books to pick up when they attend this ticketed event, or buy the signed books on the spot when they attend this ticketed event,” the bookshop said online.
“So exciting! The Bookshop is partnering with Zoellner to present this event, and Neil Gaiman will be signing copies of his best-known titles for attendees.”
Learn more at Lehigh University.