(Due to global pandemic, all events will be virtual)

Thursday, March 25, 7pm PT: Exploratorium, San Francisco, with Mary Miller

Monday, March 29, 6pm CT: Garden District Book Shop, New Orleans, with Thomas Beller

Tuesday, March 30, 7pm ET: Brooklyn Public Library with Rivka Galchen

Wednesday, March 31, 7pm ET: Harvard Book Store, Cambridge, with Terry Tempest Williams

Thursday, April 1, 8pm ET: Politics and Prose, Washington, DC, with Amitav Ghosh

Monday, April 5, 7:30pm PT: Town Hall, Seattle, with Claire Vaye Watkins

Wednesday, April 7, 5pm PT: The Long Now Foundation, San Francisco, CA, with Ben Novak and Ryan Phelan

Sunday, April 11, 11am CT: San Antonio Book Festival, with Michelle Nijhuis

Thursday, April 15, 5pm ET: “The Future of Environmental Journalism,” a Yale Poynter conversation.

Wednesday, May 5, 7pm PT: Bay Area Book Festival, with Annalee Newitz and Bonnie Tsui

LOSING EARTH (2019):

Thursday, April 4th: Tulane River and Coastal Center, co-sponsored by Tulane University and Garden District Book Shop, in conversation with WWNO’s Tegan Wendland, New Orleans, LA

Tues, April 9th: Brooklyn Public Library with Greenlight Books, in collaboration with New York Times Live, in conversation with David Leonhardt, The New York Times, Brooklyn, NY

Wed, April 10th: Harvard Book Store, Boston, MA

Thurs, April 11th: Politics & Prose (Connecticut Ave. location), in conversation with Rafe Pomerance, Washington, DC

Fri, April 12th: Bird in Hand, in conversation with Alec MacGillis, ProPublica, Baltimore, MD

Mon, April 15th: Brazos Bookstore in conversation with Mimi Swartz, Houston, TX

Tues, April 16th: Texas Monthly sponsored by Book People, in conversation with Eric Benson, Texas Monthly, Austin TX

Wed, April 17th: Parnassus Books, in conversation with Amanda Little, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Thurs, April 18th: Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, in conversation with Andrea Pinabell, Atlanta, GA. 7pm.

Mon, April 22nd: Berkeley Arts & Letters @ First Church in Berkeley, in conversation with Mark Danner, San Francisco, CA

Tues, April 23rd: Scripps with Huntley Bookstore, Claremont, CA

Wed, April 24th: Skylight Books, in conversation with Jane Smiley, Los Angeles, CA

Thurs, April 25th: Powell’s Downtown, Portland, OR

Fri, April 26th: Summit Event Space sponsored by Town Hall and Elliott Bay, Seattle, WA

Tues, April 30th: Books & Books, in conversation with Rafe Pomerance, Miami, FL

KING ZENO (2018):

January 9: Launch event at the Garden District Book Shop with Katy Simpson Smith, New Orleans, LA, 6pm

January 23: Housing Works Bookstore, New York, NY, 7pm

January 25: The Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore, MD, 7pm

January 26: Politics and Prose with Lisa Page, Washington, DC, 7pm

January 30: Lemuria Books, Jackson, MS, 5pm

January 31: Turnrow Book Co., Greenwood, MS, 5:30pm

February 1: Square Books with Thacker Mountain Radio, Off Square Books, Oxford, MS, 6pm

February 10: Pop-Up Magazine winter tour, BAM Howard Gilpan Opera House, Brooklyn, NY

February 12: Pop-Up Magazine winter tour, Warner Theatre, Washington, DC

February 23: Pop-Up Magazine winter tour, Civic Theatre, New Orleans, LA

March 14: “Why There Are Words” Reading Series, Octavia Books, New Orleans, LA 6pm

March 22: “New Orleans: Unflinching Fiction,” Virginia Festival of the Book, Central JMRL Library, Charlottesville, VA, 10am

March 23: “Reading Under the Influence,” Virginia Festival of the Book, Common House, Charlottesville, VA, 9:30pm

March 24: Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, New Orleans, LA, 1pm

April 13: Spoken Interludes, Riverview, Hastings on Hudson, NY, 6pm

April 18: Newtonville Books, Newton, MA, 7pm

April 26-29: Arkansas Literary Festival, Little Rock, AR

November 10: Louisiana Book Festival, Baton Rouge, LA