I’m reading at my favorite local bookstore tomorrow at 2:00: A romance + one of the best hate letters I’ve ever received.
My first novel, Graphic the Valley, releases on Thursday evening, July 18th, at 7:00, Tsunami Books in Eugene, Oregon. The book will then be available at indie bookstores nationwide, in Barnes & Noble, indiebound.com and on Amazon.
The Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association ran this interview today (A Lion Walks Into Camp), including a Miriam Gershow credit, a Pete Fromm Coyote happening, and my attempts at writing quality prose.
I’m telling outdoor stories and reading tomorrow night from my book Let Them Be Eaten By Bears – A Fearless Guide To Taking Our Kids Into the Great Outdoors.
Tsunami Books, June 27th, 7:00, Willamette Street, Eugene, OR.
Bear stories. Stories from the Integrated Outdoor Program. Wild animals. Injuries. And weather.
A young journalist named Nate Gartrell conducted an interview of me this week for the Eugene Daily News. He came up with some good questions:
I used to know Jay sorta kinda fifteen years ago when we were both studying poetry under Dorianne Laux at the U of O, so Jay and I are, like, you know, best friends and all that.
Also, fans should check out Bushnell’s most recent essay in Poets & Writers (current issue). It’s excellent.