I’d like to thank the Goodreads reviewer who recently concluded her review of Arms with this advice: “If you’re into history, the gun control debate, and a bit of swearing, this is a fantastic book for you.”
If you’re into history, the gun control debate, and a bit of swearing, I’ll be at two literary festivals in the upcoming weeks.
First, I’ll be in Hamilton for grit LIT, Hamilton’s Readers & Writers Festival. You can catch me at the Art Gallery of Hamilton (123 King Street West) on Friday, 8 April, at 7 pm. Tickets are $10.
The following weekend finds me in Montreal for Metropolis Bleu, with two events at Hotel 10’s Salle St. Laurent (10 rue Sherbrooke Ouest) on Saturday, 16 April. At 4 pm, I’ll be paired up with Gabriella Coleman, author of Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous, to talk about gun culture and hacker culture. And at 9:30 pm, I’ll be talking about both Arms and my 2010 novel, Combat Camera. Tickets for both are $10.