Greg Wells pays us a visit

Co-founder and former resident of The Flying Brick Library was in Richmond this past week, and he spent a lot of time hanging out with some of the newer volunteers here at the Library, giving us tips and telling us old stories from Richmond radicalism in the late ’90s and early 2000s. In effort to embarrass him, we wanted to say “Thanks!” and hope we see you again soon.


This photo is from the 2008 Style Weekly article on the Brick, found here.

He also dropped off another copy of his book, “Complete Control: An Anthology 1997-2005”. This has been one of the most stolen books from the collection at the Library, going through about 5 copies already. Lets not repeat this pattern!!

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~ by flyingbrickrva on March 14, 2011.

3 Responses to “Greg Wells pays us a visit”

  1. The real story is how great all of the new staffers and resident Brickers are. Ya’ll made my trip very gratifying and are doing a fantastic job bringing the library to the masses. Keep on Pushing, Greg

  2. I am sorry I missed seeing Greg.

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