Where You Can Find Reed
May 17: Launch party for ONION STREET at 7 pm at the Mysterious Book Shop in New York City.
Sept. 23: Brooklyn Book Festival, 1:30 pm, with Andy Siegel, Annamaria Alfieri, and Liz Zelvin
Oct. 4-7: Bouchercon, Cleveland, Ohio
Oct. 5: signing for the Books to Die Foranthology, 4 pm
Oct 6: 9 am, "The Pleasures and Perils of Series Sleuths," with Robin Burcell, Ben Coes, Karin Slaughter, and Michael Stanley, moderated by Dave Magayna.
Oct. 10: Books To Die For Panel w/Megan Abbott, John Connolly, Lee Child, et al, 6 pm, The Century, 7 W 43rd St., NYC
Nov. 1: Launch party for Gun Church, 7 pm, Mysterious Bookshop, 58 Warren St., NYC
Nov. 9-10: Murder and Mayhem in Muskego, Muskego Library, Muskego, Wisconsin - with George Pelacanos, Jeff Lindsay, Robert Crais, et al
Nov. 12: Once Upon a Crime, 6:30 pm, Minneapolis, MN
Nov. 13: SPECIAL NOIR AT THE BAR, 7PM, AT OPAL DIVINE'S ON 6TH, Austin, Texas
Come out and celebrate MysteryPeople's second anniversary with one a great Noir At The Bar line-up. Readings from Sarah Cortez (How To Undress A Cop, Hit List) and Reed Farrel Coleman (Walking The Perfect Square, Gun Church). Reading and music by Jesse Sublette.
Nov. 14: Murder by the Book, 6:30 pm, Houston, Texas
Nov. 15: Poisoned Pen, Scottsdale, Arizona
Dec. 5: Sachem Public Library, 7 pm, Meet the Author, 150 Holbrook Road, Holbrook, NY 11741, 631.588.5024
Reed's not touring for Hurt Machine (except on the internet) but you can find him here and there:
Feb. 9: "Character: Never What, Always Who," noon
University of Wisconsin–Waukesha 1500 N. University Drive, Room C101 Main Commons
Lecture free and open to the public
Feb. 9: An Evening With Reed Farrel Coleman 5:30-7 pm
Taylors People’s Park – 337 W. Main Street - Downtown Waukesha –Meet the author while enjoying the atmosphere at one of historic downtown Waukesha’s premier venues – newly renovated Taylors People’s Park. Reed will read a selection from his new release Hurt Machine and be available to sign your copy. Reception only $25; reception and reserved copy of iHurt Machine $40
Feb. 11: MWA University, Sheraton Boston, Boston, Mass. - an all-day series of classes offered through MWA for writers with Reed and other authors, cost $50. Must reserve by Feb. 7.
March 6: New York Public Library, mid-Manhattan, 6 pm, appearing with Peter Blauner, Stefanie Pintoff, Grace F. Edwards and moderator Triss Stein in "West Side, East Side, Dark Side: New York Mysteries." Free and no reservation required.
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