Washington Borders event 6/10 canceled. In the interest of efficiency, I’ve cut down my D.C. trips, so now there’s only one. Hence I’m canceling the K Street Borders event on the 10th, in favor of a National Archives noontime talk on Wednesday, July 14. (Noon? Yes, that would be noon.)
[UPDATE: This went nicely, thanks to all who attended, asked the great questions, listened to “The Cuckoo,” bought books, etc.]
6/14/10, Barnes & Noble, New York City, Broadway and 82nd, 7:00 PM. This one is ON. Possibly slightly more staid than the Brooklyn event last week — I won’t be drinking while talking, i.e.– but I hope fun too. It would be great to have another good crew and another strong discussion, so if you missed Brooklyn — or even if you didn’t! — you are warmly invited to the big town on Monday the 14th, and please pass it on to potentially interested friends, if you can.
I’m going to Kansas City. Kansas City, here I come. On Thursday, July 1, I’ll be at the Kansas City Public Library for a reception, talk, and book signing. The KCPL has a longstanding, well-attended author series, and these events tend to sell out, so attendees are asked to make a reservation