I am in NYC at the moment, but on Monday I spent the day being herded around eastern Massachusetts to sign stock at several different bookstores. So if you would like a signed paperback of The Night Circus they can be found at:

Harvard Books in Cambridge

Porter Square Books in Cambridge

The Concord Bookshop in Concord

Willow Books in Acton

Wellesley Books in Wellesley

and the New England Mobile Book Fair in Newton Highlands.

And I imagine most if not all of these stores would be willing to ship them if you called & ordered.

I of course did not get through all of those stores without a bit of book shopping, even though my to-read pile is absurd at this point. Also, socks.

And this evening I shall be at McNally Jackson BooksΒ in conversation with Lev Grossman. I am not entirely sure what we will be conversing about. Possibly books or writing and very likely Harry Potter. Actually probably mostly Harry Potter.

Categories: circus life

5 Comments

Jo · July 18, 2012 at 3:23 pm

prisoner of heaven is delightful so far!!

Lisa Ahn · July 18, 2012 at 7:26 pm

The Snow Child is on my list to read as well. Have you read Steven Millhauser’s The Knife Thrower and Other Stories? I read it recently, and kept thinking of Night Circus as I did.
Happy reading!

Marcheline · July 22, 2012 at 2:03 pm

One of these days I’m going to come and see you when you’re in NY. It is, after all, my neck of the woods.

Hannah · July 30, 2012 at 1:59 pm

The Snow Child was a great book, being an Alaskan myself, I love that a local author has been successful….
I just finished The Night Circus last night…..loved, loved, loved it! It has been awhile since a book took me away like that- just wonderful writing!

Jack Siler · August 14, 2012 at 12:06 am

When someone, anyone, says Harry Potter in the same paragraph with you or Night Circus, turn and flee. They’ve not even begun to grasp the qualities of Night Circus and assume that writing today is only about money. Or maybe they haven’t grasped the quality of Harry Potter. You are talking about a circus, not a carny.

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