This article does a nice job of summing up the new book and also mentions the “Conversation With” event I’ll be doing in Menomonie at the Mabel Tainter Theater this Saturday afternoon. Here’s a description, and you can get tickets here (your ticket price includes a signed copy of the new book).
A nice article and photo here covering last Saturday’s event in Wausau. You will note my deer hunting beard, which with each passing year becomes more and more suited to blending into the snow-covered countryside. Also, I cherish the part about the book being printed on Wisconsin paper, since my Dad was working in a Wisconsin paper mill when I was born.
Heading to Madison tonight to commence a week of events in support of the new book. Will be on the Larry Meiller show tomorrow, and doing a reading/signing/yapfest in Ixonia. For details please visit the “Events” page.
Every week the Wisconsin State Journal runs “Roughneck Grace,” a weekly column written by Mike (many of the columns will be adapted from Mike’s Tent Show Radio monologues). Today’s column (about how to get ready to put the snowplow on almost sorta) was printed on sturdy newsprint this Sunday and can now be seen online here.
If you’re looking for the most important page in the new book, there are two: the dedication page, and the acknowledgments page. On the second, you will see a thank you to Alissa, “for remarkable and conscientious assistance.”
Here–on the day the new book shipped–is what remarkable and conscientious assistance looks like: