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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 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 To request a lecture, please contact Tom Neilssen at 

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

9/10-11—Chicago, IL: Printers Row Festival: Live only

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

9/15—Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University: Live only

9/19—Baltimore, MD: Enoch Pratt Free Library with Ivy Bookshop: Live and Online REGISTER

9/20—Roanoke, Va: Hotel Roanoke, Virginia’s Specialty Dockets – private event

9/22—Gastonia, NC: Gaston Community College, 9 a.m. REGISTER

9/22—Washington, D.C.: National Press Club, in conversation with Sari Horwitz and Scott Higham TICKETS

9/26—Indianapolis: Indiana Recovery Month Symposium: Live only

10/1—Collingswood, NJ: Collingswood Book Festival with Inkwood Books, featuring the inimitable Ed Bisch, a main source in the book. 3pm Beth speaks: Live only

10/3 RESCHEDULED FOR THIS DATE —Grundy, VA: Buchanan County Public Library: Live only

10/6—Greensboro, N.C.: Union Square Auditorium, in collaboration with Cone Health (One Cone One Book), Greensboro Bound, and Scuppernong Books, 6 p.m: Live only

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

10/11—Cambridge, MA: American Academy of Arts and Sciences Roundtable on Media and the Economy

10/16—Abingdon, VA: Washington County Library: Live only

10/28—Roanoke, VA: Raleigh Court Library Book Club

11/1—New York City: New York Public Library, in conversation with Andrea Elliott

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

11/5—Austin, TX: Texas Book Festival: Live only

11/12—St. Petersburg, FL: Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading

3/20/23—Western Carolina Literary Festival

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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