We’re starting to get dates together for our latest series of public outings, those days when we get sprung from mom’s basement and unleashed on an unready world. Here is what we have confirmed so far:

Washington, DC. Monday, March 7, 7 PM

Politics & Prose 5015 Connecticut Ave NW

Washington, DC 20008-2024

BPers in attendance: Kevin Goldstein, Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe, Ben Lindbergh


Chicago, IL. Wednesday, March 9, 6 PM

DePaul University Loop Campus Bookstore

1 East Jackson Boulevard

Chicago, IL 60614

BPers in attendance: Kevin Goldstein, Colin Wyers, Ken Funck


Boston, MA. Tuesday, March 15, 12 noon

Northeastern University Bookstore

Snell Library @ Northeastern

360 Huntington Ave

Boston MA 02115

BPers in attendance: Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe, Marc Normandin


Boston, MA. Tuesday, March 15, 7 PM

Boston University Bookstore                                        

660 Beacon Street

Boston, MA 02215    

BPers in attendance: Steven Goldman, Jay Jaffe, Marc Normandin

All four of these stops are return engagements, some in a series going back years, and we are quite proud that no one has held all the breakage against us. We look forward to seeing you along the road, and stay tuned, because more dates are coming.

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This is about the time of year I get pissed at myself for moving out West.
Stoked to see you guys coming to BU. First time I've lived in proximity to one of the BP events.
Your East Coast Bias is duly noted.
As I tend to have to explain every year, it's not about an EC bias but rather the fact that more of us live in the East and Midwest and so it is logistically easier and less expensive for us to set up events in those parts of the world. Further, we can't just commandeer a venue--we have to be invited, and for whatever reason there are more stores on this seaboard that are eager to have us in.

That said, we have always done and will continue to do WC events, and we are also working on a couple of possibilities for the Cactus League. Stay tuned.
If y'all chip in, you can fly us to your city for an event!
Fair enough. I got $25 and a futon for a Portland trip! Probably going to need some help though...
I'll match your $25 for the Portland event. And Annie Bloom's Books had Rob Neyer out for a BP signing a couple of years ago, right? I'll go bug them to invite you all again.
Wow. Perhaps we should start a Kickstarter fund to bring BP authors to markets we would normally not be able to access.
That's a cool $50 right there. Just to be clear, we're talking about Oregon, right?
I'll take you to Snake and Jakes Christmas Bar if you come to New Orleans!