Reader's Notes - Miami Book Fair

     If Passing Notes has been a little light on content this week, there are two reasons.  First, I've had a low-level but persistent cold -- what we call here at the homestead, "The Creeping Crud." Second, I've been in full-tilt-booky mode getting ready for the Miami Book Fair, which has its gargantuan street fair this weekend.  I have three author panels to introduce and a full schedule of interviews to conduct both today and tomorrow.  If everything goes smoothly, I might get a chance to just sit in the audience -- or even buy a book.
     If you plan on being at the Book Fair this weekend, I'll be tweeting my location from time to time, so stop by and say hello.  Now's as good a time as any to connect on Twitter.  Be sure to stop by the booth for 88.9 FM WDNA. If you can't be there, you can always follow the (quiet, thoughtful) action on C-SPAN2.
     The highlight of the day for me will be hearing Salman Rushdie read from and talk about his newest work, Luka and the Fire of Life.  I'm lucky enough to have the opportunity sit down with Sir Salman afterwards and ask him about Bono, cricket, and other things.  That's the kind of content we're working to bring to you!  Gotta remember my press pass.

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