I have added some new talks and events to the schedule

For those of you who subscribe to the Look Me in the Eye blog via a feed or reader, I'll repeat my schedule updates here. You can always find my schedule on the right sidebar of the main blog, http://jerobison.blogspot.com

And if you'd like to book me at your school or event, contact Sally Itterly at the Lavin Agency sitterly@thelavinagency.com

Feb 4, Chicopee, MAI'll be participating in Mike Rice's 4:30-6:30 psychology class at aElms College. We do have space for a few guests, write me if you want to attend.

Feb 7-9, Orlando, FLI'll be attending the First Year Reading Experience conference at the Rosen Centre Hotel on International Drive in Orlando. www.sc.edu/fye I'll be signing books and meeting people at the Random House booth on Saturday, and I'll be featured at the Random House lunch on Monday

Here's a link to Random House's Freshman Year catalog

And here's the contact info for our publisher:
Michael D. Gentile
Academic Marketing Random House, Inc.
mgentile@randomhouse.com Tel. 212-782-8387

Feb 10, WGBY TV 57, Springfield, MAI'll be appearaing on the Doctors on Call show with two of the autism specialists (a psychiatrist and a psychologist) from River Street School. This is a live call in show

Feb 18, Concord, MA
Join me for a fund raiser for AANE at the historic Scout House. I'll be introducing bestselling author Michael Palmer and his latest book. We'll have other music, authors, a book signing, and a generally good time. All proceeds benefit the Asperger Association of New England.http://www.aane.org/upcoming_events/aane_event_list.html#booklaunch

Feb 21, Boston, MA
I'll be at a private dinner celebrating Riley's Dog. The dog will be honored, not eaten. http://jesswilson.wordpress.com for more details.

March 10, Wellesley, MA
Join me at Wellesley College at 6:30 for a presentation that's open to the community. I'll be signing books and answering questions after.

April 7, Easthampton, MAI'll be the keynote speaker for the 2009 Autism Resources conference at the Log Cabin

Sunday, April 19, New York
I will be the keynote speaker for Mt Sinai School of Medicine's Annual Seaver Center Symposium on Autism.

April 20, St Louis, MO
Join me at an all-day program at the Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

May 7, Denver, COJoin me for an 11:30 talk and q&a at the Sewall Child Development Center
I hope to set up a Boulder appearance the same week

May 16, Amherst, MAJoin me at 6PM for a talk and Q&A to benefit Cutchins Center for Children at the Amherst College Museum of Natural History


Michelle O'Neil said…
You are one busy dude!

Thanks for clarifying about the dog. We don't need any letters from PETA.

Robin said…
Are you going to stop anywhere in St. Louis on your way to the Thompson Center? I think the Center is in Columbia, about 100 miles west.
kim6erly said…
I'm glad to see that you are stopping in Denver again. I came up from the Springs in '07 to see you at the Tattered Cover. I am hoping to get up again for your visit this year.

I am the parent of an 11 year old on the spectrum (no I wasn't the mom who brought her son - although she is an asperger aquaintance of mine). I have recently discovered that I also have aspergers. Funny, I never saw it until I listened to Tony Attwood last October. Women/girls can be so different from AS men.

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