August, 2006

U.S. Tour

Sonali Kolhatkar and James Ingalls will be visiting the following locations in the US as part of their book tour:

LONG BEACH – September 16, 3 pm
2000+ Books
309 Pine Aveue, Long Beach, CA 90802, 562-435-1199

LOS ANGELES – September 29, 7-9 pm
Discussion, slideshow, and book signing
Center For The Arts
2225 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles 90041, 323-257-2512

AUSTIN – October 4, 7 pm
UT campus, Thompson Conference Center auditorium (TCC 1.100). TCC is next to the LBJ school at Red River and Dean Keeton.
Austin, TX

BOSTON – November 16, 7 pm
Spontaneous Celebrations
45 Danforth Street
Jamaica Plain
For more information, call 617-876-5310.

BALTIMORE – November 19, 4 pm
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
800 St. Paul Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
For more information, call 410-230-0450 or email

WASHINGTON DC – November 20, 7 pm
Busboys and Poets
2021 14th Street
NW DC 200009
For more information, call 202-387-7638 or visit

NEW YORK – November 21, 7 pm
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Canada Tour

Sonali Kolhatkar and James Ingalls will be visiting the following locations in Canada as part of their book tour:

TORONTO – September 21, 7 pm
Bahen Centre, Room 1130
40 St. George St (just north of College)
University of Toronto
Contact: / 416-978-7770 for more information, or visit:

HALIFAX – September 24, 7 pm
KTS Lecture Hall
New Academic Building at King’s College
6350 Coburg Road
For more information, visit, and, or call 902-405-9480
Introduction by Stuart Neatby | James Ingalls | Sonali Kolhatkar

VANCOUVER – November 3, 7pm
SFU Harbour Centre
Vancouver, B.C.
515 West Hastings St. Rm 1900

VICTORIA – November 4, 7 pm
University of Victoria
Elliott Building, Room 168
Sponsored by Victoria Peace Coalition, Vancouver Island Public
Interest Research Group, and UVic Students Against War

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Interview with Stuart Neatby, Halifax

Stuart Neatby, an independent community radio journalist interviewed authors Sonali and Jim in August 2006 about growing instability in Afghanistan currently, the role of Western – particularly Canadian – forces, and the problem of heroin production.

Click here to download the mp3 of the interview.

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