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Storm World Tour Begins...Weather Permitting

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJuly 10, 2007 3:26 PM


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As I write this I'm stranded in Chicago, where I and many other people suffered travel upheaval yesterday due to severe thunderstorms in the area. But presumably at some point today I will get to New York, in time for the official Storm World book tour to kick off tomorrow with an appearance on Democracy Now. Tomorrow evening, I'll be speaking at this Barnes and Noble in NYC. And then it really kicks into gear as I'm off to Raleigh on July 12th, Ft. Lauderdale July 13th, Miami July 14, Tampa July 15, Pass Christian, Mississippi July 16, New Orleans July 17, and Houston July 18. Eight talks in eight days. Details are all available here. If you're in any of these areas, I very much hope you can come out. And that's just the first leg of the tour. I appear at Politics and Prose in D.C. on July 21, and then later stops take me to Boulder/Denver, Colorado, and back to Chicago for the science panel and caucus of the YearlyKos convention (the subject of a later post). That's how it goes, you see. Sheril comes back from somewhere, and I immediately leave for somewhere else. But we're going to try to ensure that you have at least one stationary blogger here at (almost) all times. Anyways, wish me luck on getting out of Chicago today to kick off the tour....

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