Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Trenton on Saturday, Plans for the Fall

Well, Mike and I had a great time as the Fan Interference tour made its way through the MidWest. Well, except for the hotel we stayed in in Merrillville, Indiana and the hydrochloric acid spill on I-70 in Pennsylvania that added about 90 minutes to our trip back from Cincinnati.

Mike is on a well-deserved vacation, so I'll be handling our final summer event for Fan Interference this Saturday at Classics Used and Rare Books in Trenton, New Jersey at noon. I'll be joined by one of the contributors to the book John Weber, who wrote a piece about Tug McGraw.

As for the fall, we're discussing doing another print issue in September since we met so many great writers on the tour (and already have some contributions in hand). We're also hoping to do a couple of podcasts based around the book as well as another reading or two.

Mike and I would also like to send a hearty thank you to all the readers that joined us in all 12 cities on the tour as well as all the folks that helped set them up. You made it a great experience.

Oh, and if you haven't gotten a copy of Fan Interference, order one now at or through Amazon.

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