LAIR OF DREAMS LAUNCH PARTY!
The Original Terrible Mind, Chuck Wendig, and I in conversation. Expect flights of fancy, authorial shenanigans, epic swearing, and possible arrest warrants. You have been warned.
Plus: The musical stylings of The Full Flask Players!
Holy cow, New Orleans! An awesome indie bookstore! Aaaand it will be THE HEAT OF AUGUST! So I hope you like your authors sweaty. Yeah, my schvitzing brings all the boys to the yard.
Also, the person who brings me this sandwich will have a character named after him or her in a future book. Full disclosure: People often meet bad ends in my books.
More info TK. But I believe it’ll look something like this.
You guys–I HAVE NEVER BEEN TO MINNESOTA! I get to collect another state spoon!
Red Balloon is hosting a Roaring 20s party. Fact: In my “roaring 20s,” I listened to a lot of Prince. You know who’s from MN? Prince. There might have to be a “Purple Rain” medley sing-along. This is what it sounds like when doves cry.
There will be plenty of politics AND prose on this night. Can’t wait to be in the company of these two amazing writer-humans.
Such an incredible line-up of authors that I’m going to wear a Depends, just in case. Check the website for details.
(Art from the Decatur Book Festival 2013. If you know the artist, please tell me.)
Levithan. Bray. One stage. They said it couldn’t be done. No, wait–actually, they said it SHOULDN’T be done.
They’re probably right. *packs tap shoes and lawyer*
The Boston Book Festival has a truly stellar line-up of mega-talented authors and performers.
I will also be there.
Once again, Tiger Beat (Daniel Ehrenhaft, Barnabas Miller, Natalie Standiford, yours truly) will rock the Charleston Music Hall with the face-melting ampage of our new concept LP, “Where the Wild Things Are. (Psssst! It’s Rehab.)” Don’t blame us if you are forever changed by what you hear.