On My Most Embarrassing Literary Encounters (So Far)

As you may recall, right around St. Patrick’s Day in 2020, pretty much every bookstore on earth suspended all in-person author events indefinitely. Since then, book people like us have been cut off from meeting our favorite authors and have had to settle for watching glitchy versions of them on Zoom from our couches while […] Continue reading at 'Literrary Hub'

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