Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Reading at Barnes & Noble


My reading at the new Fairbanks Barnes & Noble was a big success, though I think I read too fast. The chapter from MIND OVER OSHIP that I prepared was longer than the 20 minutes that I feel is optimal for a live reading. But afterwards in the Q & A period, the audience kept me talking longer than I read, so I guess no one was too impatient to get out of there. The bookstore staff even served little cakes from the cafe, a neat touch.

2 comments:

Clint said...

Are you interested in coming to read in Madison, Wisconsin?

David Marusek said...

Always interested in doing readings, Clint. But I don't have any plans to be in that part of the country in the foreseeable future, and airfare alone would be, like, $700 or 800.

David