Travel Schedule

Here’s my travel/speaking schedule for the next few months.

Jan. 27-29 – I will be in Kansas visiting the Trophy Primary Girlfriend™.  You’ll have to count on Christina for blog content since I will be in PJs, snuggling, and playing Little Big Planet 2 all weekend.  No meetups this weekend, but if you’re in Kansas and want to see me just wait two weeks (see below).

Feb. 2-4 – St. Louis.  Visiting the Trophy Secondary Girlfriend™.  I’d be willing to do a meetup with me and Christina on Feb. 3 assuming Christina is down with it.

Feb. 9-11 – Reasonfest on the KU campus in Lawrence.  It’s free to get in and has a great lineup.  I’ll be debating physicist Dr. Michael Murray over Is God Compatible With Science.

Feb. 17 – University of Arkansas, Greta Christina and I will be giving talks from 7-9pm in Old Main: Giffels Auditorium.  (The following day my family and Michaelyn will be taking Greta to a Razorback basketball game. Expect pictures).  See the facebook page for the event here.

March 1 – University of Minnesota, giving a talk over something or other.  Probably god.

March 24 – Reason Rally!  I plan to road trip to the rally with Michaelyn.  We also plan to hit DC a day earlier and hit the Smithsonian.  She will be live-blogging our trip on this site.

March 25-26 – American Atheists 2012 Convention.  I’ll be giving another talk on coming out of the closet.

If you want me to come speak to your group, shoot me an email at wwjtd21[at]gmail[dot]com.  As things stand, you’ll probably have to book at least a couple of months out.  But I never charge and am willing to sleep on a couch (assuming there’s a lack of roaches and a warm shower).  I just ask that travel costs be covered.  If you’re an SSA affiliate, run it through the SSA speakers bureau by contacting Nick Stancato at nick[at]secularstudents[dot]org.

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About JT Eberhard

When not defending the planet from inevitable apocalypse at the rotting hands of the undead, JT is a writer and public speaker about atheism, gay rights, and more. He spent two and a half years with the Secular Student Alliance as their first high school organizer. During that time he built the SSA’s high school program and oversaw the development of groups nationwide. JT is also the co-founder of the popular Skepticon conference and served as the events lead organizer during its first three years.