On Sunday 29 January, I’ll be reading at the Lit and Art series, at the Watermark Gallery in downtown Baltimore (100 S. Charles to be exact.) The reading runs from 2-5. Eric D Goodman curates the series, and he’s an excellent writer, so I can only assume he has good taste in reading. Then again, I’ll be there, so maybe he’s just kind.
RIght after the Lit and Art reading, head up Charles to the Baltimore Hostel (17 W. Mulberry) for the January edition of Last Rites, hosted by Pat King and myself. We’ll have Timmy Reed, Jessica McHugh and PH Madore reading and Clint Thompson playing a couple songs.
Next month, on Wednesday 15 February at 7PM, I’ll be joining Sandra Ruttan and Elizabeth Hand on a noir panel down at One More Page Books. It’s part of George Mason University’s Fall for the Book festival, and should be a lot of fun. There’ll be some Q+A, discussion, agonizing over ‘What is the definition of Noir?’questions which will lead to us getting Anthony Neil Smith on speakerphone, reading and eventually debauchery, as they offer wine alongside the books, too. So, pretty much what readings should be. Big thanks to Terry Nebeker for getting it all together.
Hope to see you at one or the other or the other.