Not from Seattle? Not to worry!

July 4, 2022

Not from Seattle? Not to worry!

Because, like the Golden Gate Quartet, I’ll put on my Traveling Shoes, and may be at a venue near you some day soon.

But maybe you’re in town, maybe you missed the book launch on June 4 (pix below!)

Well in that case, I’d love to see you

Thursday, July 14 at 7 PM

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The Trickster god of the Indigenous folks in these parts is the Raven, so I’m especially pleased to be talkin’ Trickster at

3rd Place Books Ravenna

6504 20th Ave NE

Seattle WA 98115 Map

 [Register HERE] . . . let’s get together and try to steal the sun…for you, for me, for everyone!







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