A few upcoming events related to How to Teach Physics to Your Dog:
- The big one is that I'll be aprt of the "Author's Alley" portion of the World Science Festival Street Fair in New York City on Sunday, June 6th. The last couple of these have coincided with out-of-town trips for me, so I'm glad to get to go to this year's World Science Festival, which includes a whole bunch of cool-sounding stuff. The Street Fair is an eight-hour affair, while I'll only be signing books for an hour or so during that span; I'll post a more specific time when I get it.
- On Sunday, June 19th, I'll be signing books at the Open Door on Jay St. in Schenectady. If you're in the area, and haven't gotten a book signed yet, here's another chance. As a bonus, you can support a local independent bookstore, which is always nice.
- Jumping backwards a little, I'm doing a presentation for high school students on May 24th, a week from Monday, on Union's campus. This is part of an all-day visit for them, which has gotten expanded quite a bit from the original idea, but should hopefully be fun for everybody.
- I don't have any formal book-promoting events scheduled, but I will be at the 2010 DAMOP meeting in Houston, May 25-29. This will mark my third trip to Texas in just over six months, after never visiting the state at all in the previous 37+ years. Go figure. If you're in the Houston area and would like to get together (or just offer suggestions of good places to eat and drink near the Hyatt Regency), leave a comment or send me email.
And that's where things stand at the moment. I'll post enough reminders of these things that you'll all be thoroughly sick of hearing about them by the time anything happens.
For drinks, go to the Flying Saucer. Midtown has a lot of good Vietnamese food, which is reasonably accessible via metrorail.
Meanwhile, DownUnder, my local bookshop has had its stock reduced by another one...
Let me read it twice more; and I'll be even more confused.