With Overrun set for release on March 12, 2019, I’ll be out and about in promotion of the book at various libraries, bookstores and community events in the coming months.
Here’s a list of where I’ll be speaking with more dates to come!
The Asian Carp Crisis and the Great Lakes
In labs across the country, and from the Louisiana bayous to the Illinois River and the streets of Chicago, an all-out war is taking place to halt the advancement of the invasive Asian Carp into the Great Lakes. Andrew Reeves, author of Overrun: Dispatches from the Asian Carp Crisis (March 2019) and Elizabeth Miller from IdeaStream discuss the research, the resources, and the radical scientific and political shift that is needed to protect the Great Lakes and to restore our degraded rivers, streams, and waterways.
Mon, Mar 25 | 12 pm | Cleveland Public Library | Cleveland, OH
Sat, April 6 | 11:00 am | Morrin Cultural Centre | Quebec City, QC
SOKY Book Fest
Speaking at the Southern Kentucky Book Fest. Details to come.
Sat, April 27 | TBD| Knicely Convention Center | Bowling Green, KY
Allen County Library
Speaking about Overrun at the Aboite Branch of the Allen County Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Wed, May 8 | 7:00 pm | Aboite Library | Fort Wayne, IN
Asian Carp and the ‘Glorious Gate’ to the Great Lakes
In partnership with the Little River Wetlands Project, I’ll be speaking at the Breakfast at the Marsh on how Asian carp can use Eagle Marsh as a transit way during floods to move from the Wabash River to the Maumee River before reaching Lake Erie.
Thurs, May 9 | 8:45 am | Little River Wetlands Project | Fort Wayne, IN