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Frank Warren of PostSecret ~ Tonight @ U.S.C.

Frank Warren, the founder of the PostSecret project, is speaking at USC tonight. Since 2004, perfect strangers from around the world have sent their secrets to Frank via postcard. He’s gotten everything from: “I watch Dr. Phil Drunk,” to “I married the wrong guy” to “Everyone who knew me before 9/11 thinks I’m dead.” He posts 20 or so of the 1000 postcards he receives each week on his blog The project has also sparked 4 national bestselling books, a traveling museum exhibition, and a nationwide campus speaking tour. To date, he’s received more than 250,000 postcards and his blog has been clicked more than 200 million times. Details are below and it’s open to the public.

  • WHO: PostSecret project ( founder, Frank Warren
  • WHEN: Tuesday, September 23, 2008, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
  • WHERE: University of Southern California Bovard Auditorium, 3620 McClintock Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
  • WHAT: Frank Warren shares highlights of the more than 250,000 secrets he has received through the PostSecret project. A book signing will follow the address.

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