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Posted on Oct 8, 2014 in Appearances | 1 comment

Touring for the Doubt Factory

The Doubt Factory Cover

I’ll be doing a little touring for The Doubt Factory over the next couple weeks. DC, Santa Cruz, San Francisco, Austin, and Boulder.

Washington DC,

Oct 10-12 – Capclave Science Fiction Convention
Hilton Washington DC
620 Perry Parkway, Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Oct 14, 12:30 PM – “What If” Series at Library of Congress
101 Independence Avenue, S.E., Washington DC, 20540 Location: Dining Room A

Oct 14, 7:00 PM – Talk and Book Signing at Politics & Prose
5015 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C.

Santa Cruz, CA

Oct 15, 7:00 PM Talk and Book Signing at Bookshop Santa Cruz with A.S. King
1520 Pacific Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

San Franscisco, CA

Oct 16, 6:00 PM Teen Quake & Not Your Mother’s Book Club Present: A.S. King & Paolo Bacigalupi
Sports Basement on Bryant
1590 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA

Austin, TX

Oct 18, The Texas Teen Book Festival, St. Edward’s University.

Boulder, CO

Monday, Oct 20, 7:00 PM, Moderated Discussion with Paolo Bacigalupi
Chautaqua Community House

1 Comment

  1. Paolo, it was an honor to meet you at Chautauqua the other night; I’m the Clarion failure who was sitting to your left.

    As I said, you are one of the (very) few SF writers to emerge in the 21st century whose work I wholeheartedly embrace. Smart, dark, thought-provoking — really great.

    Looking forward to reading “The Doubt Factory” — I apologize that I had (inadvertently?) pre-ordered it for my Kindle; would have been more fun to have you sign. But really looking forward to the novel set in the “Tamarisk Hunter” world.

    Don’t feel you have to respond, but there were so many questions I would have loved to discuss the other night. Here’s one: You seem a little put off by techno-utopians — is that a fair reading? I know I am.

    Thanks again.


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