Jeff Koterba Inklings signing

Nov. 27 Jeff Koterba Inklings signing The Bookworm, 8702 Pacific St. 1 p.m., FREE, 392.2877 bookwormomaha.com As the weather turns and the chill arrives, it’s time to start cultivating a winter reading list. Nothing gets you through the cold months of winter better than a couple of good books. Jeff Koterba, best known as the award-winning Omaha World-Herald cartoonist, recently released Inklings: A Memoir, a creative, engaging and endearing memoir that captures Koterba’s childhood and eccentric upbringing in delightful fashion. And while Koterba’s childhood had its share of angry shouting and petty discouragements, there is a profound sense of optimism to the book which helps carry the reader through to the end. Koterba will sign copies of the new trade paper edition of Inklings, with its fresh, new cover design, at The Bookworm.

posted at 01:13 pm
on Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

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