Catch Up With Joe Hill On His Whirlwind Tour For Strange Weather

by Hannah Means Shannon

Joe Hill’s new book, a collection of novellas in a single volume, Strange Weather, is out in U.S. bookstores on October 24th but his book tour will be starting ahead of that date.
Online on the night of the 18th of October, Hill will be signing books, answering questions, and hanging out with the Paul Tremblay, author of Head Full of Ghosts and Disappearance at Devil Rock. The online event is courtesy of Premiere Collectables and
He’ll be at the 3rd Annual Merrimack Valley Halloween Book Festival at the Haverhill Public Library, on the 21st. Horror writer Christopher Golden, the novelist behind Ararat, will be interviewing Hill about Strange Weather at 1:30PM. Andover Bookstore will have advance copies of Strange Weather on hand, which Hill will sign.
On October 23rd, the eve of the book’s release, Hill will  be at Brookline Booksmith, at 7PM, to read, talk, and sign. This is not a ticketed event and copies of Strange Weather will be on hand.
At Gibson’s Books in Concord, New Hampshire, on the 24th at 7PM, Hill will be reading and signing.
Catch Hill at Books-a-Million in Portland, Maine on the 25th at 6PM for a “blabathon and the scribble-session after”.
Hill says he’ll be “getting STRANGE” on Facebook on the 26th of October, when he’ll be broadcasting live from William Morrow’s offices in NYC at 4PM.
Later that same evening, Hill is at the Barnes & Noble on the Upper West Side, for a “crazyass collaborative reading and talk with C. Robert Cargill“.  This is at 7PM and moderated by Dennis Boutsikaris.
On October 27th, Hill will be at Joseph-Beth’s Books in Lexington, Kentucky, at 7PM.
Lastly, on the 28th, Hill will be at the West Virginia Book Festival in Charleston on a panel at 11:30.
There’s an upcoming U.K. tour too, Hill says, which will include his first ever stop in Ireland. You can find out more about this on Hill’s Instagram page.
Here’s that complete tour in poster form:

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