I’m traveling all over the place in the next few months. If you’d like to come out and see me, here’s what’s on the agenda:
• First of all, the week of May 18-22, I’m going on a road trip swing through New England. This is a purely personal vacation, with no conferences or speaking events planned, but I’d be happy to meet up with any Daylight Atheism readers in the area. I’m planning to have some down time in Newport, Rhode Island on May 19, Portsmouth, New Hampshire on May 21 and Portland, Maine on May 23. Let me know if you’re interested and we’ll work out a plan.
• I’ll also be in Portland, Oregon (both Portlands this year!) on June 22 and 23 and will also be available, if anyone would like to meet up and knows some cool stuff to see in the area.
• On July 1, I’ll be in Indianapolis for the Theology on Tap summer series. This is part of my ongoing blog-to-book conversation with Andrew Murtagh. The crowd will likely be mostly Catholic, so come if you can and balance the scales! I know there are atheists in Indiana.
• Last but not least, I’ll be in Columbus, Ohio on July 10-12, speaking at the 2015 annual convention of the Secular Student Alliance. I’ll be debuting a new talk, “The Coming Secular Era”, about what demographic trends in America mean for the future of atheism. It’s going to be good. Hope to see you there!