Contact me here if you have ideas or invitations for keynotes, book signings, interviews, and workshops …
Here’s where I’ve been most recently:
- Oct. 6 Civic Collaboratory, Chicago IL
Oct 7-8 Belko Peace Lecture, in Traverse City MI
Oct 9 Talk on the Revolution Where You Live and PeoplesHub at the Eno River UU Fellowship in Durham NC
Oct 13-15 Being Fearless, at Omega Institute, Rhinebeck NY, moderating a panel with Van Jones, Amy Goodman, and Bill Moyer, and talking about PeoplesHub
Oct 27 Moderate panel at the Economics of Happiness conference in Port Townsend WA
- Nov 1 Keynote, Ralph Munro Seminar for Civic Education at Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA
Nov 6 Appear on the Tavis Smiley show in L.A. (could stay for other visits)
Past engagements include:
- January 23, BOOK LAUNCH!!! at Seattle’s Elliott Bay Bookstore
- January 25, Powell’s Bookstore, Portland, Oregon
- January 26, Eagle Harbor Bookstore, Bainbridge Island, Washington
- January 27-28, Whidbey Institute, invitational gathering, Washington
- January 29, Coupeville WA Library
- February 1, East Coast LAUNCH at Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, DC.
- February 2, Red Emma’s, Baltimore MD
- February 9, NOTE: MOVED TO FEB 13 BECAUSE OF SNOW! Bluestockings, 172 Allen Street, New York, NY 10002
- February 14, 12:30 pm Center for Social Innovation 601 W. 26th Street, Suite 325, N.Y.
- February 15 in Great Barrington, MA, at Bard College at Simon’s Rock
- February 16, Jamaica Plains Forum, Boston MA
- February 17, New View Cohousing Common House, Acton MA (email email@example.com for details)
- February 18, 9 Wallis, Beverley, MA
- February 19, at 3 pm, Resist and Build, with Elandria Williams, Highlander Center, Dario Farcy, Argentinian Worker Coop Federation, Kali Akuno, Cooperation Jackson, Madison Labor Temple, 1602 S. Park St, Madison, Wisconsin
- February 20, A Room of One’s Own bookstore, Madison, Wisconsin
- February 21, Northwind Book and Fiber, Spooner, Wisconsin
- February 22, Sigurd Olson Environmental Institute, Ashland, Wisconsin
- February 25, noon, Café con Leché, 2990 W. Grand Blvd, Detroit
- February 27, 6 pm, The Source Bookstore, Detroit
- March 1-3, Media Consortium gathering of progressive media leaders in Washington, D.C.
- March 6: Commonwealth Club, San Francisco
- March 7: Booksmith Bookstore, San Francisco
- March 9, Free Speech TV, Denver
- March 11, Book Passages, Corte Madera CA
- March 23-April 15, in Europe, beginning with a speech at the Forum 3 in Stuttgart
- April 6: Cafe Daddy, Kolonnenstrasse 50 in Schöneberg , Berlin
- April 10: Tübingen, Germany
- April 11, Munich, German
- April 12, Nuremberg, German
- April 28, Rotary Club, Poulsbo WA
- May 6, 7-9 pm Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 2333 San Juan Ave, Port Townsend WA
- May 19, Keynote at National Co-Housing Conference, Nashville, Tenn.
Contact me here if you have ideas of places I should visit. THANKS!
8 thoughts on “My “Revolution Where You Live” Book Tour So Far …”
I LOVE it! I am so bummed we will be away on the 23rd (Elliott Bay Books)! We, too, will be on the East coast in late February/early March, in Charlottesville, VA. It’s near D.C. … Are you doing any bookstore events there? Or will the Media Consortium be too demanding?
So you are aware, Charlottesville is a University Town. They could use you, your energy and your message! Let me know, if you have the energy to add on something at the U or in DC.
Also, once you are back in Seattle (13th-20th), before Europe (thank you for going there!), will you be doing any events here? or just resting? (< deservedly)
Thank you for all you do, and for YES! Magazine!
How about the West Coast of Florida – weather’s great and I don’t see you traveling there. Tampa, Clearwater, Sarasota, etc.
Please be sure to come up to Port Townsend, where I would love to host you. The Writer’s Workshop hosts author reading; usually their schedule is filled well in advance. Also, our very active UU Fellowship is a great place to give a reading/presentation. If nothing else, we could host a dinner chat at the Ecovillage or at our neighboring community of Rosewind. Would love to see you.
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Thanks, Ruth. I’d love to! There’s someone working on it — send me a FB message and I’ll link you up.
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