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By The Quail Bell Crew
While we were tinkering with our website and ruffling our feathers for the relaunch, trust us, we stayed busy in other ways. By that, we mean that we had quite the active life--not online, but in person, face-to-face (or beak-to-beak.) One of the things we did? Screen our first documentary film, The Persistence of Poe. Not once, not twice, not thrice, but SIX times! And we're still scheduling screenings and even finalizing a couple of broadcast dates. You can always visit PoeRichmond.com for more on that.
But before you do that, check out photos from our big screening at The Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia. It took place on April 25th during one of the museum's customary Unhappy Hours. We also tabled a few of our goodies, including new QB merchandise you'll find here soon. It was a bundle of delicious dork fun and we're thankful for the Poe Museum's hospitality.
The top of the event, where a local actress performs theatrical readings of some of Poe's writing. Still a couple of hours before our screening! We have to wait until it gets dark and more people have poured into the courtyard.
An assortment of Quail Bell merchandise, including small publications, posters, T-shirts, hand-illustrated envelopes, etc.
An annoyingly artsy shot of the official poster for The Persistence of Poe, illustrated by our Art Director Kristen Rebelo.
Our latest 'zine! It's teeny and beautiful and perfect--not to gush (ha.)
Our view from the back of The Enchanted Garden. You better bet that's a real place at the Poe Museum.
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