Thank you, Hibbing!

The “Overburden: Modern Life on the Iron Range” road show entered the familiar environs of the Hibbing Public Library last night as I did a reading and lecture in the downstairs auditorium, feet from the famed “Bob Dylan” room. Nine hearty souls, more if you count the looky-loos by the door, banded together to hear my talk about the past, present and future of the Range. It was an excellent crowd and I met some great people.

Next up, my first reading in Virginia — the “Queen City” — Tuesday, March 2, at the Lyric Center for the Arts downtown on Chestnut Street. I’ll be part of their arts series “Range of Arts,” which is a cool collection of arts events across the spectrum.

And (drumroll) the dates for the Twin Cities trip are set for March 11-12. Very soon I will post a very cool lineup of readings, signings and appearances for my first metro book tour. City friends … any ideas?

Comments

  1. KSTP morning show?

    (running for the hills)

  2. You know, I should try it. I wonder if they Google their guests before they book them.

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