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Artist Guild hosts spooky graphic novelist Bret Herholz

Illustrator and writer Bret Herholz will speak to the Artist Guild of Shrewsbury. (Photo/Courtesy Bret Herholz.)

Illustrator and writer Bret Herholz will speak to the Artist Guild of Shrewsbury. (Photo/Courtesy Bret Herholz.)

Shrewsbury – Graphic novelist and illustrator Bret Herholz will be the guest speaker for the Artist Guild of Shrewsbury Monday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. The event will be held in the community room of Southgate Living Center, 30 Julio Drive.

Bret has created illustrations for The Mystery Review, The Berkeley Fiction Review, Dark Horizons Magazine, Otherworlds Sci-Fi Magazine and the South Boston Literary Gazette, as well as for his own publications. His latest book is “A Study in Sherlock: 13 Years of Sherlock Holmes Artwork 2000-2013.” For more about Herholz's work, visit http://herbertzohl.blogspot.com/.

The event is open to all; there is a $5 fee for non-members of the Artist Guild. Visit www.artistguildshrewsbury.com for more information and a schedule of other events.

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