Tomorrow at the Annapolis Book Festival I'll be speaking on a panel called "Paranoia, Pranksters, and One Extraordinary Year." They invited me on account of my book The United States of Paranoia; I'll be joined by Kembrew McLeod, author of Pranksters, and by W. Joseph Campbell, author of 1995: The Year the Future Began. There's a fair chance McLeod and I will get into a discussion of the Discordians, and there's a reasonable probability that Campbell and I will chat about Timothy McVeigh.
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