Tour Dates Are Here!
On May 26th, Chuck will release his newest book-- his first (true) short story collection-- Make Something Up: Stories You Can't Unread. To accompany this release, Doubleday has planned a book tour for Chuck and today we have the cities and dates:
"Make Something Up" Tour Dates:
Wednesday, May 20, 730pm – New York City, Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space - Tickets
Thursday, May 21 – Pittsburgh
Tuesday, May 26 – Miami
Wednesday, May 27 – Atlanta
Thursday, May 28 – Washington, DC
Friday, May 29 – Kansas City
Saturday, May 30 – Chicago
Thursday, July 9 - San Francisco, The Commonwealth Club (w/ Lidia Yuknavitch) at The Castro Theater
It's early yet, so most of the venues have not made tickets available yet. But keep an eye on this post, as we will continually update it as more details come in. For now, if you live anywhere near the Tri-state area, snatch up those NYC tickets asap. And keep an eye on Chuck's social media for more!
And be sure to pre-order Make Something Up: Stories You Can't Unread today!
You can also directly submit your pics now to us in our Tour gallery.
Every tour that Chuck has, we urge fans who attend to snap as many photos as they can. What we get back, are pictures of fans. Pictures of Chuck. And our favorite, pictures of fans with Chuck.
For a collection of our best Tour photos over the years, check out our Tour Gallery. It includes pics from most book tours except Pymgy and Tell-All. For those pics, check out our Group on Flickr here:
Keep a close eye on this page, as we have a direct connection with the good people at Doubleday (Chuck's publishers) and are usually the first to post dates for Chuck's book tours. During a tour, coverage happens sometimes on a daily basis from our Twitter and Facebook profiles. You can also cover the individual stops on Chuck's tour in more detail from our front page News updates, which will list stores, locations, phone numbers, even contact people who handle each event.
Also, remember that we no longer accept written tour accounts via email. They should instead be posted in the comments of the News updates for each tour. We do still accept photos and video, which you will be able to upload yourself via our Tour Gallery.