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Yet More Fall Talks

We have four more upcoming events to announce, (hopefully) completing our schedule for this Fall:

  • On October 4 Gene and I will emcee the annual fundraising dinner for Humanities Washington. This is a fun event packed with great local authors - we'll blog more about it when tickets go on sale later this year.
  • On October 11 we'll deliver Surviving the Public at the Minnesota Library Association in St. Cloud, MN.
  • The next day we'll speak to the students of St. Catherine's University in Minneapolis, MN.
  • On November 22 we'll be delivering A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Library to both the day and night staffs of the Schaumburg, IL Township District Library. This means we're available for talks in the Chicago area around that time for a reduced rate - let us know if you're interested in hiring us! Please note we will not be able to exhibit at NCTE in Boston as originally planned. Sorry! We hope to return to NCTE in the future.

We look forward to seeing you at one of the nine million events we are doing this year. As always, there is more information and an updated schedule at our Talks & Appearances page.

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