Richard Lewis, Carl Titolo, and The Chicago Tribune

by Chris Murray on May 18, 2015

Lewis_Titolo_Chicago_0001The stack of books at City Winery for the Reflections From Hell program. Copyright © Megan Bearder. All Rights Reserved.

I was in Chicago last week with Richard Lewis for the launch of Reflections From Hell: Richard Lewis’ Guide on How Not to Live. Lewis and his collaborator, artist Carl Titolo, who made the images that accompany Lewis’ ‘reflections’, appeared at City Winery in Chicago in a humorous and compelling program moderated by writer extraordinaire Howard Reich, who has covered music and arts for the Chicago Tribune since 1977. After the program, Lewis and Titolo signed copies of Reflections From Hell (powerHouse Books). A good time was had by all.

I’m looking forward to Richard Lewis’s appearance at 92Y in New York City with JB Smoove next Tuesday.

Lewis_Titolo_Chicago_0005Artist Carl Titolo and Richard Lewis looking at their book in the green room at City Winery. Copyright © Megan Bearder. All Rights Reserved.
Lewis_Titolo_Chicago_0004Music and arts writer Howard Reich and Richard Lewis, longtime friends. Copyright © Megan Bearder. All Rights Reserved.
RichardLewis_Titolo_0038Howard Reich, Richard Lewis, and Carl Titolo. Copyright © Megan Bearder. All Rights Reserved.
Lewis_Titolo_Chicago_0007Chris Murray, editor of Reflections From Hell, responding to a question from the stage. Copyright © Megan Bearder. All Rights Reserved.
Picture 3From Reflections From Hell. Copyright © powerHouse Books. All Rights Reserved.
RichardLewis_Titolo_0128Richard Lewis signing a copy of Reflections From Hell for Lara Weber. Copyright © Megan Bearder. All Rights Reserved.

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