Thursday, August 19, 2010

Talking about America's component nations: Aug. 25, Boothbay Harbor

I've been posting less often of late, in part because I'm on deadline to finish my fourth book: a history of North America's rival nations and how the conflicts between them have shaped our politics, Constitution, and most everything else.

Although Viking won't be publishing the book until next year, I'm giving a special preview talk at the Opera House in Boothbay Harbor, Maine on August 25, sponsored by the Boothbay Region Historical Society. I'll be signing books at the Historical Society (72 Oak St.) from 3pm to 3:50pm -- come by and chat if you're in the area -- then walking over to the Opera House (86 Townsend Ave.) to give the talk, which kicks off at 4pm. The talk is free, but they ask you reserve seats as space is finite.

Bear in mind, it's a work in progress, but I'm interested in bouncing the concepts and ideas off a live audience before putting the final touches on the manuscript.

I'll be giving my popular Lobster Coast talk in Maine at least one more time this year, in Wells. As always, I'll post details at my lecture tour page.

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