Quirk Heads to C2E2: All Your Deep Dish Pizza Are Belong To Us (Also, A Giveaway!)

Posted by Eric Smith

Convention season is upon us, Quirk fans. And we are psyched. We love heading to these events, and spending time with all of you! 

This month, we're heading off to C2E2 in Chicago from April 25th to April 27th. You'll be able to find me and Nicole De Jackmo at Booth #520, selling books, giving away swag, and dishing out high fives galore. 

Now, on to what we've got planned.

SWAG: Over the course of the convention, we'll be giving away plenty of fun Quirk totebags (for you to lug all your other swag around in, of course) and tons of posters, including posters for The Empire Striketh Back, The Jedi Doth Return, How to Make Your Cat an Internet Celebrity, and Nick & Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab

BOOKS: We're bringing plenty of our fan favorites, including signed copies of Ransom Riggs' Hollow City and Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children

SIGNINGS: On Saturday, April 26th, some guy named Eric Smith will be signing copies of The Geek's Guide to Dating at 2:30pm at our booth.

And on Sunday, April 27th, Ian Doescher will be signing William Shakespeare's Star Wars and The Empire Striketh Back at 2:45pm. He'll also be on a panel from 1:15pm to 2:15pm in room S403. 

Now, since everyone can't make it to C2E2, we wanted to give you a chance to win a fun C2E2 prize back. Go ahead and enter the Rafflecopter below, for a chance to win one of three prize packs! Each will come with a signed copy of Hollow City, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, William Shakespeare's Star Wars, The Empire Striketh Back, The Geek's Guide to Dating, and Nick & Tesla's High-Voltage Danger Lab. 

We'll also throw in posters of all of those books. The giveaway will wrap up right before we head to C2E2! Good luck! 


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Eric Smith


ERIC SMITH is the cofounder of Geekadelphia, a popular blog covering all-that-is-geek in the City of Brotherly Love, as well as the Philadelphia Geek Awards, an annual awards show held at the Academy of Natural Sciences. He’s written for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Weekly, and Philly.com