I'm staying with my mother in Silver Spring for a few weeks and have agreed to do an informal event at Politics & Prose down in DC on Sunday, January 6, at 6 pm.
P&P is at 5015 Connecticut Avenue, NW, which is just by the intersection of Connecticut and Nebraska. The event will be a sort of get-together downstairs in the Den café - not a formal signing or reading, just a chance to talk about books or whatever else occurs to us. The link to details on the P&P website is here.
The events coordinator (Jonathan Woollen) and I are also trying to work out a way to distribute largesse. I am trying to clear books from my mother's garage and guest bedroom - there are foreign editions of The Last Samurai dating back to 2000-2002 (!), books I brought to New York for a residency in 2003 which never managed to get taken back to Europe, books bought at college, books bought as a graduate student, books bought on visits to the US . . . My idea at the moment is that anyone who buys a book at P&P (not necessarily by me) should have a souvenir book for free. (We may refine this closer to the day.)
I suppose this all does mean I must grapple with updating my website (the horror), but now my mother and I must go to lunch.