Upcoming Choice Events (Bonus: Free Buy-This-Book Pitch!)

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Choice: The Best of Reason, a new anthology that pulls together the best of the past decade of the magazine of "Free Minds and Free Markets," is on sale everywhere! (But especially here.)

Featuring introductions by Drew Carey and Christopher Hitchens, Choice: The Best of Reason underscores why National Journal raves, "There is nothing remotely like this magazine" and why Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit says, "Reason is less predictable and more interesting than any other political magazine I read."

So buy it today for as little as $10.47 (cheap) or buy (or renew!) a subscription to Reason and get Choice, all for just $19.95. Go here for details and then come to one our upcoming events listed below.

Friday, Oct. 29: Ft. Worth, Texas
An Evening with Reason Magazine
Featuring Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie, editor of Choice, and Senior Editor Brian Doherty, author of This Is Burning Man
7-9PM
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
University Village
1612 S. University Dr #401
Fort Worth, TX 76107
817-335-2791

Saturday, Oct. 30: Dallas/Plano, Texas
An Afternoon with Reason Magazine
Featuring Editor-in-Chief Nick Gillespie, editor of Choice, and Senior Editor Brian Doherty, author of This Is Burning Man
2pm
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
Preston & Park
2201 Preston Rd, Suite E
Plano, TX 75093
972-612-0999

Saturday, Oct. 30: Grapevine, Texas
Drinks and Smokes with Reason Magazine
Celebrate the publication of Choice, and This Is Burning Man with Reason editor-in-chief Nick Gillespie and Senior Editor Brian Doherty
7-9PM
TAP IN BAR & GRILL
120 S MAIN ST STE 50, GRAPEVINE, TX 76051
Phone: (817) 329-3117
Old Grapevine Cigar & Tobacco Co
120 S Main #60
GRAPEVINE, TX
Phone: (817) 424-2326
Happy Hour prices at the Tap In and 10 percent off all cigars; bring invitation for discount.

Friday, November 12, New York, New York
An Evening with Reason Magazine
7-9PM
Greenwich Village Barnes & Noble
396 Ave of the Americas at 8th Street
Featuring Nick Gillespie, editor-in-chief of Reason and editor of Choice; Brian Doherty, senior editor of Reason and author of This Is Burning Man; and Joe Bob Briggs, contributor to Choice and author of Proundly Disturbing: Shocking Movies That Changed History!

Moderated by Joe Garden, staff writer for The Onion and coauthor Citizen You: Helping Your Government Help Itself.

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  1. Guys, I would subscribe to an *online* edition of Reason that had all the print magazine’s content, but I try to avoid subscribing to print editions of any magazines or newspapers-I don’t want the clutter and would rather read articles on the screen and be able to save the ones I want to keep on my disk than have to than deal with ‘continued on page 47’.

  2. Yeh-hes.

    Perhaps some measure wherein we could access “soon-to-be-online” articles before the more plebian posters read there, and get our insults ready?

    /works for Fark.com.

  3. What, no Chicago dates? We drink and smoke here, too (legally, for the time being.)

  4. “Happy Hour prices at the Tap In and 10 percent off all cigars; bring invitation for discount.”

    I take it printing this off will suffice as an invite? I’ll do anything for cheaper booze and nicotine!

  5. It will be nice to meet some of the Dallas are Reasonettes (Reasoniodes, Les Reasonables, ?).

    Oh yea, and you too, Nick.

  6. Dallas area, I meant Dallas “area”.

    Spellchecker thought “are” is a word.

  7. Come to West Lebanon, Hanover, etc., NH, and I might come to one of your book promotions.

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