Sunday, July 25, 2010
THURBER HOUSE EVENT THIS WEDNESDAY
This Wednesday (July 28, 2010) I'll be the featured speaker at the Thurber House Literary Picnic, talking about, and reading from, PRINT THE LEGEND.
Despite a prodigious amount of touring in recent months, I've never actually read from my work before a crowd, so this will constitute one of many firsts.
The Thurber House is the restored home of Ohio's native son James Thurber. It's located just a bit east of downtown Columbus. Thurber House is noted for its author visits and over the years has brought through a number of crime fiction writers including Lawrence Block, Laura Lippman, Michael Connelly, Elmore Leonard, Lee Child and David Liss, among many others.
The evening also includes a dinner option. More information here at the Thurber House blog.
An interview with me from the Columbus Dispatch regarding the event can be found here.
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Labels: Craig McDonald, James Thurber, Print the Legend, Thurber House
Ohio author reimagines Hemingway's death as possible murder
The Sunday Columbus Dispatch's interview with me in promotion of this Wednesday's (July 28, 2010) appearance at Thurber House to discuss and read from PRINT THE LEGEND: Ohio author reimagines Hemingway's death as possible murder
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