Monday, October 14, 2013

Noirvember and Beyond

So, I'll be out in support of Peckerwood in November, and I've got a few dates to announce.

Saturday, November 2 at N@B-TC in Minneapolis

And I'll be there with Anthony Neil Smith, Tim Lane and John Kenyon. Looking forward to meeting Paul von Stoetzel, Pete Dragovich, Dan & Kate Malmon, Bridget Cronin, Chris Bueckers, Kristi Belcamino and Jess Lourey. Plus, I understand that the event will be emceed by  Rob Ivy and Scott Brault, or as the world will know them soon, Billy Lafitte and Steel God.

That's right, it's a special at the movies edition of N@B with screenings of Tim Lane's The Passenger, PvS's Viscosity and the world premier of the trailer for PvS's adaptation of Anthony Neil Smith's Hogdoggin'. Plus, y'know, readings and shit. Fistfights too.

Saturday, November 9 at Murder and Mayhem in Muskego

I'll be a guest and panelist alongside Megan Abbott, Frank Bill, Dana Cameron, Joelle Charbonneau, Howard Chaykin, Sean Chercover, Marcia Clark, Reed Farrel Coleman, Dan Conaway, Hilary Davidson, Sean Doolittle, Chris F. Holm, Libby Hellman, Harry Hunsicker, Gregg Hurwitz, Julie Hyzy, Michael Koryta, William Kent Krueger, Marcus Sakey, Alex Segura, Kieran Shea, Dan O'Shea, Tom Schreck, Duane Swierczynski and Frank Wheeler Jr.

Good golly, that's gonna be a party. Aside from the aforementioned names, I'm looking forward to kicking back with the Crimespree crew - Jon & Ruth, Jen, Jeremy, Tim and... oh, yeah, I don't think Dave can make it this year. Bummer. Anybody in Muskego or near Milwaukee, I expect to see you there. (For more information, click here)

Saturday, November 16 at N@B-Indianapolis

It's the christening of a brand new N@B chapter hosted by CJ Edwards and featuring a host of crusty ol' N@B vets including Scott Phillips, Les Edgerton, David James Keaton, Dan O'Shea, CJ himself and James Ward Kirk. Oughtta see Livius and Robb from Booked there too. Looking forward to that.

Saturday, December 7 it'll be N@B in St. Louis

And about damn time too. Since our last event, Scott's new book, Rake, came out and I'll have Peckerwood to celebrate, so we're opening up a giant can of, if not exactly whup-ass, not ass-creme either. A giant can of beer, perhaps. Joining the festivities and bringing the shock and awe will be...

Jake Hinkson, William Boyle and J. David Osborne.

There, I just committed them. It's gonna be a night that will live in infamy.

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