Think the Impossible Tour

decatur-book-festival_1Decatur, GA Book Festival
Marriott Conference Center Ballroom A Sunday, 2:30 pm – 3:15 pm

Douglas Lain presents a re-imagining of Christopher Robin Milne’s (yes, that Christopher Robin) life; Kathryn Davis writes of a sorcerer driving through the suburbs. What do these two novels that are launching at the festival have in common? A warped sense of time. Discover the secrets, terrors, and fantastical world of worlds that do not follow the typical ticks of a clock…


powellsPowell’s Books on September 05 at 07:30PM.
3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, OR, US
Billy Moon (Thursday, September 5 at 7:30pm)
Meet Douglas Lain as he reads from his debut novel Billy Moon.



BORDERLANDS1Borderlands Books September 07, 2013 at 03:00PM.

We are happy to welcome Douglas Lain and guests Terry Bisson and Daniel Coffeen. Doug’s new book is getting glowing reviews, including a starred Library Journal Review.



bookcellar1_logoThe Book Cellar, September 11, 2013. 4736 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL, US. 7pm-830pm
Douglas Lain visits the Book Cellar on his “Think the Impossible” tour to read from and sign copies of his new book, Billy Moon!
Set during the turbulent year of 1968, Christopher Robin Milne, the inspiration for his father’s fictional creation, struggles to emerge from a manufactured life, in a story of hope and transcendence.

Will include interviews with Mary Anne Mohanraj and Charley Earp.



BluestockingsSeptember 15, 2013 7PM-9PM, Blue Stockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St, New York, NY
Interviews with Margaret Kimberley from the Black Agenda Report, McKenzie Wark author of The Beach Beneath the Street, and Andrew Kliman author of The Failure of Capitalist Production.

[…] in Decatur and possibly include it in next week’s podcast. I will also soon be traveling to San Francisco, Chicago, and NYC in order to promote the novel and this podcast on the Think the Impossible tour. I look forward to […]

 

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