Tomorrow, October 28, I’ll be speaking on my new book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the Story of United States Nationhood via the Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick, Maine. Owing to the pandemic, this will be a virtual event, but the good news is that that means it’s free and open to the public, anywhere and everywhere.
The event kicks off at 7pm and you can find the Zoom link and other details at the library’s website here.
Signed books are on sale for this virtual event from co-sponsor Gulf of Maine Books, the intrepid independent bookstore that’s been on Maine Street in Brunswick since I was in kindergarten. They’re old school, so no website — kind of the anti-Amazon — so you purchase books tby emailing the store, email@example.com, or by calling 207-729-5083. You can even arrange to have me personalize them before pickup/shipment, as I live in the area. (I also can offer this service via Portland’s Longfellow Books and Print: a Bookstore, which do have websites, if you need that.)
Also thanks to both GrowSmart Maine and the Maine Public Relations Council, each of which had me as a keynote speaker for their annual meetings last week. Enjoyed e-meeting many of you via the events, and speaking about some of the implications of Maine and New England’s histories (via Lobster Coast and American Nations for GrowSmart) and the experience of covering 2020, here and away for the Maine PR Council.
My next public virtual event is being hosted out of Indiana: a Nov. 1panel discussion on the U.S. national identity hosted by the National Institute for Civic Discourse, the Sagamore Institute, and others.