Appearing Saturday As A Real Live Author At An Event (That May Be) Near You
I'll be at Jeff Mach's Totally Normal Event on Saturday in Whippany, NJ. Don't be deceived by the name--go see the website for the premise, which is kind of charming and may actually work. David Sklar and I will be personning (or perhaps alternately manning and womanning) a Drollerie Press table in the Talesenders' room. We'll have Closing Arguments and David's wonderful The Shadow of the Antlered Bird for sale in various electronic formats on CD, as well as some other Drollerie Press e-books. There may be readings. In the grand tradition of mystifying panel titles at cons, I find that I am to be on a panel called "Impossible Technologies." Maybe I'll talk about Madame Blavatsky's obsession with inventing a radio for communicating with the dead--anything might happen. Unlike most of the folks in New Jersey who read this blog, I've never been to one of Jeff Mach's events, but I hear they're a blast.
So now I have to figure out which excerpt from Closing Arguments to prepare in case a reading actually occurs. Any suggestions?