Schedule for Spring 2017: “Autumn of the Black Snake”

height.182.no_border.width.320(To arrange interviews, book talks, etc.: Stephen Weil, stephen dot weil at

Tuesday, May 16, 7:00 P.M. 
 Greenlight Bookstore, Brooklyn NY (the new Flatbush Avenue branch, in Prospect Lefferts). Book launch for Autumn of the Black Snake. Partyish thing — wine, local artisanal whiskey — with a talk and a signing. Bar opens at 7:00, talk to begin around 7:30. All are most welcome.

Saturday, May 20, 4:15 P.M. Gaithersburg Book Festival, Gaithersburg MD. James Michener Pavilion. Discussion with Peter Cozzens, author of The Earth Is Weeping. (C-SPAN to air this live.)

Monday, May 22, 7:00 P.M. Politics and Prose Bookstore and Coffeehouse, Washington DC. Talk and signing.

Tuesday, May 23, 7:30 P.M. Free Library of Philadelphia, Parkway Central branch. Talk and signing, sponsored by the Joseph Fox Bookshop.

Tuesday, June 13, 6:00 P.M.  Pritzker Military Library, Chicago, Illinois. Talk and signing. $10.00 for nonmembers; free to members; reservation required.

Wednesday, June 14, 6:30 P.M. World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth, TX. Crescent Club, Dallas. Reception, talk, and signing. $25.00 for members; $40.00 for nonmembers; registration required.

Thursday, June 15, 11:45 A.M. World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth. Collin County Higher Education Center, McKinney, TX. Luncheon, talk, and signing. $15.00 for members; $25.00 for nonmembers; registration required.


4 thoughts on “Schedule for Spring 2017: “Autumn of the Black Snake”

  1. After reading book review in the Wall Street Journal a couple months about Autumn of the Black Snake I immediately ordered the book. While waiting for it I read The Whiskey Rebellion. Both are exceptional books. So well written with dozens and dozens of related historical side issues that it gives the reader an intimate details of the events unfolding (they never taught me any of this in my American History class). You bring to life such an interesting time in our history and many of the characters that played such a vital role. Thanks, Jeff

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