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In Portland on Thursday

This Thursday night at 7:30 PM I’ll be reading and signing books at Powell’s Books on Hawthorne in Portland, Oregon. Also: * If you’re in the Queen Anne area, you should check out the new Queen Anne Book Company. They’ve … Continue reading

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This week…

* I’ll be reading from The Mirage and signing books at Elliott Bay Book Company on Thursday, February 28, at 7 PM. * I’ll be attending the grand opening of the Queen Anne Book Company on Friday, March 1, from … Continue reading

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A Book For All Seasons

As a coda to my book tour, last Saturday I went out to Leavenworth, Washington to help A Book For All Seasons celebrate their 20th anniversary. There was cake, wine, and a contest where I and four other local authors … Continue reading

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Home, and resting

I flew back from San Francisco yesterday. I was going to do a blog post about my adventures there, but I’m exhausted and have another busy day tomorrow, so I think will let that wait until Monday. In the meantime, … Continue reading

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Signed Mirages in the Bay Area, part 2

I signed a lot of stock at Borderlands Books last night, so if you’re in SF and looking to complete your Matt Ruff collection, that would be an excellent place to start. Today I also signed copies of The Mirage … Continue reading

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Signed Mirages in the Bay Area, part 1

Just a heads-up, this afternoon my media escort drove me around the Bay to sign stock. If you can’t make it to one of my readings, the following bookstores now have signed copies of The Mirage: Book Passage in Corte … Continue reading

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