Minneapolis: Probably had a little too much fun. Hit up Nye’s, had breakfast at Hell’s Kitchen with my friend Chad Hagen (and once again with my buddy Hawk — great food), signed books at Magers and Quinn, saw the Hopper process show at the Walker and did an interview with Rain Taxi, visited Aesthetic Apparatus and got a test print, then Dan Ibarra took me to the Matisse show at the MIA, gave the keynote at Confab (really awesome conference), and then went record shopping with my friends and ended up signing at the fantastic Electric Fetus.
Milwaukee: shopped at Downtown Books, watched the wings open at the Milwaukee Art Museum, sat in the atrium and drank coffee and made poems, had lunch with my pal Mike Rohde, and then made a return to Boswell Books, who brought in a packed house. (Wound up forgoing the projector for drawing directly on a pad with markers. Way more fun.)
Houston: Didn’t take a bunch of pictures, even though it was a gorgeous day. Flew in, hung out at the Twombly Gallery and saw the Magritte show at the Menil, and then spoke to a wonderful audience at Brazos Bookstore.
The last stop of the tour is May 30th at Bookpeople, here in Austin, Texas. See all upcoming dates.