Monday, March 13th, 7pm
Tim Faulkner Gallery
The hilarious and incomparable Jenny Lawson will be coming to Louisville in March. This is a ticketed event ($22 with your choice of book or $5 for admission only) and will be held at the Tim Faulkner Gallery in Portland.
“You'll laugh, wince, writhe in discomfort, cry, then laugh again…But the two things you'll never do is doubt Jenny's brilliance or her fearlessness…She's changing the conversation one rented sloth at a time.”
Jenny Lawson is known for her sardonic wit and her hysterically skewed outlook on life, She has made millions of people question their own sanity, as they found themselves admitting that they, too, often wondered why Jesus wasn’t classified as a zombie, or laughed to the point of bladder failure when she accidentally forgot that she mailed herself a cobra. Lawson’s blog (TheBloggess.com) is award-winning and extremely popular, and she is considered one of the funniest writers of our generation by at least three or four people.
After popularity of her blog skyrocketed, Jenny Lawson's first book, Let's Pretend This Never Happened flew quickly off the shelves landing her a spot as a New York Times Best Selling author.
Since then she has authored Furiously Happy, and her newest book coming March 7th 2017, You are Here is a combination of inspiration, therapy, coloring, humor, and advice, this book is filled with Jenny's amazingly intricate illustrations, all on perforated pages that can be easily torn out, hung up, and shared. Drawing on the tenets of art therapy which you can do while hiding in the pillow fort under your bed, You Are Here is ready to be made entirely your own.
Please join us for a reading, signing, and what is sure to be a crying actual tears, hilariously good time.
A new book from #1 New York Times bestselling author Jenny Lawson, destined to be a classic part therapy, part best friend, part humor, part coloring book.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Furiously Happy...
#1 New York Times Bestseller
In Furiously Happy, a humor memoir tinged with just enough tragedy and pathos to make it worthwhile, Jenny Lawson examines her own experience with severe depression and a host of other conditions, and explains how it has led her to live life to the fullest: