Keith Rosson will be attending events in Portland, Lincoln City & Newport, Oregon, as well as stops in sunny California, so we wanted to share them with you in case you are able to attend.
First, he’ll be signing copies of his upcoming novel, Smoke City, at the Pacific NW Bookseller’s Trade show on Monday, 10/9 at 2 pm at booths 23/24 (the PNBA holiday catalog booths).
From there, he’ll head over to the coast for three library events in Lincoln City & Newport, Oregon to promote his first novel, The Mercy of the Tide. Since the book is set in a fictional city on the Oregon, Coast that was inspired by his time in Newport, it will be a special opportunity. NPR’s Jason Heller calls it “one of the most immersive fictional settings in recent memory.”
Then it is California dreaming as Keith heads south for several events including a guest speaking engagement at California State University Channel Islands and a reading as part of a Vermin on the Mount show to promote The Mercy of the Tide and his upcoming novel, Smoke City, which is about two unlikely companions on a most unusual road trip from Portland to LA in landscape populated by “smokes” (ghostly apparitions that have begun appearing all over the southwest).
And finally, back to Portland where he’ll kick-off the release of Smoke City with a book launch party at Broadway Books in February! Keep an eye open here for additional events as they are scheduled.
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