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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Acclaimed artist Bob and Roberta Smith's insightful and frequently amusing observations have been arranged into a 23-point manifesto of how to - and how not to - organize your own festival.
Author notes provided by SyndeticsRobert Allen Smith (born on November 18, 1951), better known as Bob Smith, is an American comic book artist, notable as an inker with DC Comics and Archie Comics. Born in Aberdeen, Washington, Smith grew up in Grayland, Washington. After studies at Grays Harbor College, a community college in Aberdeen, he graduated in 1974 from Western Washington State College (now Western Washington University), where he took courses in drawing and painting. Shortly after relocating in New York in 1975, Smith entered mainstream comics. He worked for DC until 2001, inking numerous titles, including Star Trek, Secrets of Haunted House, Green Lantern, The Huntress, Who's Who in the DC Universe, Detective Comics and Black Canary, while also working on DC style guides. Smith is still involved with the inking of Archie comic books; written by Craig Boldman.
(Bowker Author Biography)