I’ll be doing an informal Q&A and signing books at Madison, Wisconsin’s very own Leopold’s Books Bar Caffe on March 15 from 6 to 7pm. Come by and chat about native son Frederick Jackson Turner’s role in the struggle to create a national story for the fractured, fractious United States — an epic undertaking brought to life in my most recent book, Union — or about American Nations, Republic of Pirates, or any of my other work.
I spoke with Wisconsin Public Radio about Union when the book first came out, mid-pandemic, and the crux of my argument about Turner – who headed the young University of Wisconsin’s history department – is laid out in this OpEd in the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
It’s free and open to the public. And they serve cocktails. And coffee. Come on by, it’ll be fun. Details here.