Smith’s Not So Sfar
Amazing French graphic novelist Joann Sfar gets the interview treatment tonight at the Lillian H. Smith library, which Torontoist likes to call the Lillian K. Smith library when we’re feeling especially goofy. Sfar is in town to present The Rabbi’s Cat, his new work set in 1930s Algeria, and discuss graphic novels with beguiling owner Peter Birkemoe.
Sfar is one of France’s most prolific graphic novelists, just have to get a bit more of his stuff translated from le French. It should be better than good, which brings it close to great.
7 pm and free.