Attention, Philly Area Reasonoids!

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Appearing tonight and tomorrow near the City of Brotherly Love:

Thursday, October 7, 7-9PM
An Evening with Reason magazine
featuring Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie, editor of
Choice: The Best of Reason, and Senior Editor Brian
Doherty, author of This Is Burning Man
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
150 West Swedesford Road
Devon, PA 19333
610-695-6600

Friday, October 8, 7-9PM
An Evening with Reason magazine
featuring Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie, editor of
Choice: The Best of Reason, and Senior Editor Brian
Doherty, author of This Is Burning Man
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
Bryn Mawr
720 Lancaster Ave
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
610-520-0355

At each event, we'll be reading from our books, signing them, and talking about everything from the upcoming elections to the war in Iraq to the strange politics of millionaire rock stars to the "buddhafication" of American kids.

For more info on Choice, go here.

For more info on This Is Burning Man, go here.

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  1. So this Friday I have to choose among the Town Hall-style Presidential debate, the season premiere of “Enterprise” with Nazi Aliens holding Scott Bakula captive and this book signing and discussion.

    Damn you, Gillespie!

  2. A question Nick should love to answer:

    If I, as a paper subscriber, am seeking to maximize the benefit to Reason by purchasing several copies of Choice for gifts, is it best to link through the website and go to Amazon, to take advantage of the renewal offer (I doubt it), or is there some other way to go about this?

    Also, as a subscriber who gets three issues each month, I am worried that I might wind up with an extra copy of the book automatically if I renew no matter what I do, defeating the purpose of going through Amazon by way of H&R. Maybe I should just shut up and take free stuff …

  3. James,

    As I note in the introduction to Choice, malcontents on the right and the left will admit this much: These days, we’ve even got a greater choice of ways to be unhappy.

    Jason,

    For multiple copies of Choice, it’s probably cheapest and easiest to buy them at Amazon (and yes, we get an extra cut if you go through our Web link).

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