As discussed previously, Jonathan Coulton will soon be accompanying me on a tour of bookstores to present material from the paperback edition of my book.
Apart from the Neil Gaiman event (which, to be clear, is a NEIL GAIMAN event), we will also be visiting these American cities.
ALL STOPS shall feature COULTON.
ALL STOPS shall be free of charge except where noted.
MOST STOPS will feature discussion via walkie-talkie.
Eventually this information will be placed in a central location and updated as necesssary.
Please check with venues for final times and details before getting dressed and going out; but for now, as of this writing, this information is ACCURATE.
NEW YORK, NY August 23 The Beacon Theater
A Benefit Concert for 826NYC that features many other people.
IT IS SOLD OUT, I think.
For details, see bookeaters.org
SEATTLE, WA September 1 McCaw Hall/Bumbershoot
A Benefit Concert for 826-Seattle that features many other people.
IT IS NOT SOLD OUT
For tickets, see bookeaters.org
NEW YORK, NY September 7 B&N (Astor Place); 7PM
4 Astor Place, NY
HARTFORD, CT September 26 Mark Twain House
351 Farmington Ave.
Hartford, CT 06105
BOSTON, MA September 27 Brookline Booksmith; 7PM
279 Harvard Street
Brookline, MA 02446
CHICAGO, IL October 1 Borders (Lakeview); 2PM
2817 N. Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60657
MILWAUKEE, WI October 3 Harry Schwartz (Bayview); 7PM
2262 Kinnicinnick Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53207
ANN ARBOR, MI October 4 Borders (Downtown); 7PM
612 East Liberty Street
Ann Arbor, MI
PHILADELPHIA, PA October 5 215 Festival @ Free Library; 7PM
1901 Vine Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
MINNEAPOLIS, MN October 6 Fitzgerald Theater; 7PM
With Neal Pollack.
THERE WILL BE AN ADMISSION CHARGE: STAND BY
LOS ANGELES, CA October 9 Book Soup; 7PM
8818 Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069
PORTLAND, OR October 10 Powells (W. Burnside); 7:30PM
1005 W. Burnside Street
Portland, OR 97209
SEATTLE, WA October 11 Elliott Bay; 6PM
101 S. Main Street
Seattle, WA 98104
SAN FRANCISCO, CA October 12 Cody’s (Stockton St.); 7PM
2 Stockton Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
BALTIMORE, MD October 23 University of Baltimore; time TK
WASHINGTON, DC October 24 Warehouse Theater; 7PM
1017-21 7th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
RICHMOND, VA October 25 Chop Suey; 7PM
1317 Cary Street
Richmond, VA 23220
CHAPEL HILL, NC October 26 Bull’s Head; 3:30PM’
UNC Student Stores
CB 1530 Daniels Building
UNC Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
DURHAM, NC October 27 Regulator Books; 7PM
720 9th Street
Durham, NC 27705
OXFORD, MS October 28 Square Books; time TK
160 Courthouse Square
Oxford, MS 38655
AUSTIN, TX October 30 Book People; 7PM
603 N. Lamar
Austin, TX 78703
For now, THAT IS ALL.
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yay! come to austin. come for the booze, stay for the guys in drag.
Twice in North Carolina, after I've left? That hardly seems fair. But, yay Powell's. I wonder if the H is still on the lectern.
I'm tickled mauve that you two are visiting Austin.
I will be there to get my copy of AoME signed, if so sanctioned.
My fellow hobomeisters will blush with jealousy.
YES!!! I'm so excited that you guys are coming to San Francisco. You both rock and it will be so neat to have you both here in our foggy little city by the bay. :)
October the ninth cannot come soon enough!
I just moved from a place with a lot of old people (of which I am one, I must admit) where you two never would have come, to a place where there are lots of young people--Gainesville--U of FL--where, I discover, you are also not coming. And today is my birthday. Thanks a lot, pal.
yeah! see you in DC!
I have to give Neil a million thanks, because of his blog posting I now have you in my calendar for your Boston stop. Rock!
Hurray! I'm very excited. Book Soup! Los Angeles! John Hodgman! Sadly, West Hollywood means no hoboes. But hurray!
you must!--if for these two reasons only:
Tattered Cover Bookstore.
Less oxygen=more bang to the beer.
Dear John Hodgman: It is pleasing to see that you will be visiting the City across the water from where I live. Do be very careful, however, that you do not show up at the Cody's on Telegraph Avenue, because that is closed and now has been converted into a Hobo School.
I will attend your signing, provided my family and I are allowed out of attic.
I have never found myself wishing that Canada (specifically the fine and exceedingly real-estate encumbered province of ONTARIO) were annexed by the United States of America more than when I deduced that THE AMERICAN ROAD is not inclusive of the CANADIAN ROAD portions of AMERICA.
Until such time as my sovereign nation is so occupied by our star spangled brethren to the south, I shall hope that your maps might accidentally direct you to TORONTO, or perhaps at the very least, OTTAWA.
WERE YOU AWARE? Canada's parliament buildings burned down in 1916. It was never officially ascribed to a Hobo bean-cooking fire but surely you can read between the proverbial lines.
You are coming to Austin - I really, REALLY think you need to make a stop in Houston too. *seriously*
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