Publicity touring in New York, New Jersey and Long Island

So why read BRUCE alone when you can go out to a friendly, nearby bookstore and have at least some of it read aloud to you by the author? Plus also you can ask questions, pose riddles or make vague philosophical assertions that end with a shrug and a sigh that speaks volumes of life’s horror and meaninglessness.  Some of these things are possibly better than the others of those things, but as ever anything can happen at any time, place or website. Dig it.

Readings:

Monday, Nov 12: (tonight!) at the Monmouth Mall Barnes & Noble in Eatontown, NJ, at 7 pm.

Tuesday, Nov 13: Princeton Public Library at 65 Witherspoon Street, Princeton, NJ at 7 pm. With historian/author Sean Wilentz, whose new study of the history of Columbia Records “360 Sound” will surely become a part of the conversation.

Wednesday, Nov 14: In Manhattan at the Fifth Ave/18th Street Barnes & Noble, at 6pm. With photographer Eric Meola, whose latest book, “Streets of Fire” collects breathtaking shots of Springsteen he took during the “Darkness on the Edge of Town” era.

Thursday, Nov 15:  Huntington, Long Island: Book Revue, 313 New York Ave at 7 pm.

I’ll also be turning up on various TV and radio shows through the week, starting with this morning’s Starting Point on CNN. Which, if you’re on the west coast, you’ll be able to catch in precisely 20 minutes from now! (7:45 am)

More soon….