Okay it’s no big deal for a lot of you, but I feel that with this blog and with this first podcast I’ve now become a full fledged citizen of Web 2.0 world Okay, maybe an undocumented alien “visitor”.
But in any case if you go to the New York Times website this Saturday, October 7, and then go to the “books” page and scroll down, you’ll find a box which you can click on for podcasts, with Sam Tanenhaus, the Sunday Times Book Review editor in chief, which includes an interview with me about %%AMAZON=0375503390 The Shakespeare Wars%% which is reviewed (rather enthusiastically) by Walter Kirn in the Sunday Oct. 8 issue.
For the sake of completeness, I should mention you can find me talking about the book on Kurt Andersen’s Studio 360 Saturday morning (different times for different stations) and the book is to be featured on a segment of NBC’s Saturday Today the same morning.
Those of you in the Washington D.C. area will find me speaking in person with Shakespeare scholar John Andrews at the Corcoran Gallery at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, October 10, and lecturing at Georgetown University on Wednesday October 11 at noon.
I know, I know…but if you worked seven years on a book you loved, you’d probably do the same.