Posts tagged American History Museum

Save The Date – April 6 – I’ll Be At The Smithsonian With Paul Dickson

Looking for a post baseball season opener fix? On Saturday April 6, 2013, I’ll be at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History from noon until 2:00 pm signing copies of Deadball, a Metaphysical Baseball Novel. I’ll be appearing with author Paul Dickson who will be signing copies of his Casey Award winning book Bill Veeck, Baseball’s Greatest Maverick.

The American History Museum is located at 1300 Constitution Avenue, N.W. DC 20004. We’ll be just outside the Mall Museum Store on the 2nd floor. Here’s a link to the event, Hope to see you there.



Signing At The Smithsonian This Sunday October 21st

I’ll be making my second appearance in D.C. at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History this Sunday October 23rd, signing copies of Deadball, A Metaphysical Baseball Novel next to the gift shop on the second floor near the museum’s entrance just off the National Mall. I was there last month as well and had a chance to meet many in-town and out-of-town baseball fans who stopped by the table. Here is a link to the event: Smithsonian Institution Events Calendar

Manning the Table at the Smithsonian's Museum of American History with Calvin On September 21st

The thought originally was that, with the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles both in the playoffs, pennant fever would be sweeping the D.C. Metro area, making sales of Deadball easier than selling bottled water in the Sahara. Well, for those Nats and Orioles fans who now find themselves already missing the national pastime and longing for pitchers and catchers to report (122 days), be sure to stop by and pick up a copy of Deadball for your baseball fix.

And here’s a shout-out to Rose, one of the Smithsonian’s guards, who was stationed near the Mall exit last month. A fine lady with the wonderful gift of gab.

Me and Smithsonian Museum Guard Rose

If You’re Going To The National Book Festival This Sunday . . .

If you happen to find yourself downtown this Sunday, September 23rd, perhaps attending the National Book Festival on the mall, and you want to take a break from the crowds, come see me at the Smithsonian’s American History Museum from noon to 3 pm. I will be at the museum store signing copies of my book  Deadball.   Books will be available for purchase at the museum store.

Here’s the link: American History Museum Calendar.