Would you like Jenny Boylan to visit your bookstore, college, or local venue this spring?

Hello, friends.  Random House is gearing up to send me out on the road in spring 2013 in support of my new book, STUCK IN THE MIDDLE WITH YOU: Parenthood in Three Genders, as well as the 10th anniversary expanded edition of SHE’S NOT THERE. Pub date is April 23rd, and I’m likely to be travelling from coast to coast at that time, reading in bookstores, at colleges, doing TV and radio interviews, and visiting other venues to talk about motherhood, fatherhood, and diversity.

If you’re interested in having me visit your town, let me know and I’ll pass it on to my rep at the Random House Speakers Bureau, Mr. Wade Lucas.  You can email me at jb@randomhouse.com (put SPEAKING GIG or something in the subject line).  Or you can contact Wade directly at walucas@randomhouse.com.

More info on appearances can be found here.

Thanks.  I’m looking forward to being stuck in the middle with YOU.

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