Alan Moore Shares The Importance Of Libraries With Death (VIDEO)

Yesterday, the appearance of Alan Moore at his local library, St James in Northampton, for a reading of his Christmas short story from Dodgem Logic #7, packed the place out.

It was part of a large number of nationwide protest against the threatened closure of libraries as part of a series of nationswide spending cuts.

And in this video, he put his entire career down to being able to go to a library, and makes an appeal on behalf of all those you soon may not…


Alan Moore Shares The Importance Of Libraries With Death (VIDEO)

Photo by Kevin Misan (in the middle)

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