Raising Lazarus book tour*

With COVID canceling so many book festivals and conferences, I’m so excited to be gathering in person again. We’re still firming up and adding events, so please check back for more information closer to publication. You can also follow me on Twitter @papergirlmacy. For more information or to request an interview or a reading, please contact Lena Little at Lena.Little@hbgusa.com. To request a lecture, please contact Tom Neilssen at Tom@Brightsightgroup.com. *fingers crossed!

8/16—Winston-Salem, NC: Bookmarks at Calvary Moravian Church (with a panel of people featured in the book)

8/20—Binghamton, N.Y. Trail of Truth

8/20—(virtual): San Diego Tribune Book Festival

8/22—Roanoke, VA: Books No Further at Community High School

8/23—Richmond, VA: Library of Virginia

8/24—Harrisburg, PA: Midtown Scholar

8/26—Columbus, OH: Prevention Action Alliance

8/29—Charleston, WV: Taylor Books

8/30—Grundy, VA: Buchanan County Public Library

9/6—Tulsa, OK: Booksmart, location TBA

9/8—Lebanon, TN: Capitol Theatre with Parnassus

9/10-11—Chicago: Printers Row Festival

9/14—Cincinnati, OH: Mercantile Library with Joseph Beth Bookstore

9/19—Baltimore, MD: Enoch Pratt Free Library with Ivy Bookshop

10/1—Collingswood, NJ: Collingswood Book Festival with Inkwood Books, featuring the inimitable Ed Bisch, a main source in the book.

10/8—Richmond, VA: James River Writers Festival

11/4—San Antonio, TX: American Society of Consultant Pharmacists

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—Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

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    This is Ms. Macy’s first book, but it’s in a class with other runaway debuts like Laura Hillenbrand’s “Seabiscuit” and Katherine Boo’s “Behind the Beautiful Forevers”: These nonfiction narratives are more stirring and dramatic than most novels. And Ms. Macy writes so vigorously that she hooks you instantly. You won’t be putting this book down. — Janet Maslin
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