Come to an Event Promoting My Alexander Payne Book (Note change in time for Bancroft Street Market event)

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Come to an Event Promoting My Alexander Payne Book 

For those of you in Omaha, I have some early fall events planned to help promote my new book about Alexander Payne.

The book is titled, Alexander Payne: His Journey in Film – A Reporter’s Perspective 1998-2012. It’s published by Concierge Marketing of Omaha and my own Inside Stories.

I hope to see you at one of these:

Oct. 3

7-9 pm

House of Loom, 1012 So. 10th St.

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Oct. 7

1:30-4:30 pm

The Bookworm, 8702 Pacific St. (Countryside Village)

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Oct. 9

7-9 pm

The Brandeis, 16th Street Concierge entrance, (Community Room, 2nd floor, host Christine Lind is providing yummy treats)


At each I’ll talk a bit about the project and my many years covering Payne, take some questions, and sign books. F0r more details, message me here or at

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