Saturday, September 11, 2010

Book signings, readings and appearances to promote Vegan Rev!

Wow! The love and support people have shown for the Vegan Revolution...with zombies in the first couple of days has been amazing. Over 600 views of the trailer in 36 hours. That's great! The sales have also been good. Which is great because the profit goes to Try Vegan PDX to support vegan mentoring and events around Portland.

So I have some events planned to promote Vegan Revolution...with zombies. I also have my fingers crossed that I'll have copies of my novel Hunting The Moon Tribe at some of the events. If you want to stay posted on all this stuff look up my author fan page and "like" it.

Portland Vegfest 2010

Saturday & Sunday, September 18 & 19
Oregon Convention Center - Exhibit Hall A
777 NE MLK, Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 97232
10am - 6pm $5 Admission per day
I'll be selling and signing books at the Try Vegan table!

There are tons of great speakers,and food samples. Come by our table get a book and find out about the great work the book is supporting!

Uncensored Celebration
9/29/10 7:00 pm
Holocene, 1001 SE Morrison, Portland (21 and over)
I'll be reading from The Vegan Revolution...with zombies
There will be four other authors reading and tickets are $5. This hosted by and benefits the ACLU of Oregon.

HP Lovecraft Film fest Portland

October 2nd
I'll be hanging around the Eraserhead Table Signing copies of Vegan Rev, You should go there are always great films and readings, panel discussions and so on.

Reading and Vegan Potluck in Indianapolis, Indiana
Thursday October 28th Location: TBA

Reading and Signing in Bloomington Indiana

Friday October 29th Location: Rhino's all ages club
Celebrate Halloween in my home town with a reading from Vegan Revolution...with Zombies. there might be some other authors and speakers I'm still working that out.

3rd annual Bizarro con
The world's largest gathering of weird authors happens. This is held at the beautiful edgefield hotel outside of Portland, Oregon. It last several days and if you are planning on a career telling weird tales you should go to all the panels and workshops. The Saturday pass is $25 dollars and includes a dozen or more reading and the wonderland awards dinner. This year my short story collection is nominated for best collection. So I'll be there with fingers crossed. check out the details on (November 11-14 2010)

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