Milton Keynes Unpacked

Milton Keynes Unpacked

“On April 8th, I will have lived in Milton Keynes for thirty-three years.”

Join graphic novelist, Paul B Rainey, as he explores the varied regions of Milton Keynes, sharing stories of how the city of the future, and its locales, has influenced his book There’s No Time Like The Present, a graphic novel about Milton Keynes and Time. The book has taken him seven years to create.

This is a 45-minute presentation.

WHEN: Thursday 9 April 2015 from 6:00 pm.

WHERE: Waterstones Bookshop, Unit 72, Midsummer Place, Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 3GA.

TICKETS: The event is FREE to attend.

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POST EVENT UPDATE:

Thank you to everyone who came to the presentation last night at Waterstones in Milton Keynes we were delighted that you came.

Special thanks to Paul B Rainey for his delightful talk and the brilliant stories. Thank you too goes to Paul Gravett for his Q&A at the end. We also thank Julie Kendrick for her enthusiastic energy in setting up the new arena in the bookshop. To Peter Stanbury for designing the poster. To Sammy Jones for her newspaper write up in the Milton Keynes Citizen this week. To Mick Gurner for the loan of his projector. Finally to Natalie Chakaduka Hopkins for her fine photographs. Which goes to show that publishing a book is not a solitary effort.

Paul B Rainey Milton Keynes Unpacked talking to guests

Paul B Rainey talking to guests at the Milton Keynes Unpacked presentation at Waterstones Bookshop.Thursday 9 April 2015. Photograph by Natalie Chakaduka Hopkins.

Paul B Rainey signing and illustrating copies of No Time Like The Present at Waterstones Milton Keyens

Paul B Rainey signing and illustrating copies of There’s No Time Like The Present at Waterstones Bookshop, Milton Keynes, on Thursday 9 April 2015. Photograph by Natalie Chakaduka Hopkins

Milton Keynes Unpacked a talk with Paul B Rainey at Waterstones on 9 April 2015

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