A Crack in Space-Time

This is purely promotional, but I wanted to mention that I am up in San Francisco for two nights to speak as part of Pop-Up Magazine, a live-event offshoot of the new publication California Sunday; I'm joining a stellar group of other writers, photographers, broadcasters, artists, animators, and more, to talk about one of the stranger and more architecturally interesting figures from my book A Burglar's Guide to the City, which comes out in April.

I don't want to say much more about the story I'll be telling, but it involves endlessly recommitting the same burglary over and over again, falling through "a crack in space-time," living inside the walls of a Toys"R"Us—and it's all true.

Tickets are still available for a few of the cities, over on the Pop-Up Magazine website, as we will be leaving San Francisco for a national tour through Portland, Seattle, Chicago, and Brooklyn. Stop by, if you can, and say hello!

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Blogger DanPrice said...

I just started reading The Crack in Space by Philip K Dick. CoindciDENCE!

October 08, 2015 9:44 AM  

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