I’ve traveled every road in this here land

September 20th, 2006 → 9:48 am @ // 4 Comments

(But only if “this here land” is defined as New England.) That’s right, folks: tonight begins the last leg of the great 2006 Feeding the Monster Tour, with stops tonight in Providence, tomorrow in Newton (home of the Tigers!), and Friday in Burlington, MA. There’ll be selected dates here and there through the end of the year — October in Brattleboro, November in Springfield — but besides that, this week your last chance to ask me about trades, non-trades, NASCAR, long-term strategies, Kevin Millar’s obsession with Manny Ramirez’s anatomy, or anything else having to do with last year, this year, or next year.* After that, it’s spring break for me. It’s my favorite holiday. Nothing gets me more excited.

Hope to see you all down the road…

*If you work for a large (or even medium sized company) based in either New York or Boston and want me to come speak/read to you, get in touch: I have done a bunch of private-ish readings for groups, which I’m almost always happy to do. Especially if said group has a lot of folks that want to buy books. One warning: my rider for those events stipulates unlimited juice.


Post Categories: Feeding the Monster Readings & Oblique references to Arrested Development

4 Comments → “I’ve traveled every road in this here land”


  1. kmoorej

    11 years ago

    We…
    ah…
    Supah-ah-ah
    Supah-ah-ah…

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  2. crimsonohsix

    11 years ago

    lions>tigers.

    wish my company could get you to come – a private reading would be off the hook. maybe you can have a public reading on a weekend afternoon in NY so excel monkeys who work lateish can come?

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  3. modonnel

    11 years ago

    Ya mush, that library is awesome.
    Any trips down the to the South?
    Apologies if I already missed that leg.

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  4. yerfatma

    11 years ago

    Yeah, right, like the guy with the $0.00 blog is going to contact the guy with the $24.95 book. C’mon.

    Reply

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