Raising Lazarus book tour

After being on tour since Raising Lazarus launched in Winston Salem, NC on August 16, 2022, things are finally starting to wind down, which will allow me to get back to work on a new project. We’re still firming up and adding events including some fantastic book festivals and conferences, so please check back occasionally for updates. 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

3/4-5/23–Tucson, AZ: Tucson Festival of Books

2/9: Jeffersonville, IN; Clark County CARES

3/4-3/5: Tucson Book Festival

3/20/23—Western Carolina Literary Festival

3/23: Virginia Nurse Practitioners, Roanoke, Va.

4/3: Emory and Henry University; Abingdon, Va.

5/19-21: Santa Fe Book Festival

6/16: Dallas, TX: Nexus Recovery Center

7/20: Martha’s Vineyard Summer Institute speaker series

The genius of the United States is not best or most in its executives or legislatures, nor in its ambassadors or authors or colleges, or churches, or parlors, nor even in its newspapers or inventors, but always most in the common people.

—Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

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    Factory Man is “Great summer reading. I give it 42 stars. No, I give it 142 stars. Yeah, it’s THAT good.”
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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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