I'll be talking about my just-released book Ron Paul's Revolution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired in New York City, Willamsburg sector in Brooklyn, in an interesting setting. Details from the blog of my host Todd Seavey:
Thursday, May 17 (at 8pm), the Dionysium (sister series to the popular events by that name held in Austin, TX) begins with main speaker Brian Doherty, talking to me (your Dionysium host and moderator) about his new book Ron Paul's Revolution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired.
It happens at 2 Havemeyer St. (three blocks east of Bedford Ave., the easily-reached first subway stop into Williamsburg on the L), on the second floor, directly above the space soon to house the bar Muchmore's. Enter through the side door on N. 9th St.
Though my libertarian views and Brian's are well known, the Dionysium is a non-partisan crucible of skeptical analysis and varied entertainments – and Brian has a sense of humor – so join us even if you are merely bemused by the one remaining non-Romney candidate for the Republican nomination and want to know whence he came.
I've enjoyed past NYC events hosted by Todd, and lots of amusing rowdiness is likely. If you can make it, please do. See the typically complicated big-city instructions above: although it is on Havemeyer St., you enter on the side door on N. 9th St. What do I know, I live in Los Angeles.
My most recent Reason.tv video on Ron Paul's youth appeal: