Book Tour Schedule 2013 (Year Without Pants)

 Here is the current speaking schedule for The Year Without Pants.

Note: this is changing quickly and the further you go into the future, the less stable things are. I’ll update this page as details finalize, including details for how to sign up to attend public lectures.


New York City


Hi Boston colleges. I’d love to speak to your students! Slots still available.

How to get me to speak near you

Three cities are on my list for December: San Francisco Area, Portland & Vancouver B.C. I just haven’t had time to do any planning.

If you’re in one of these places and want me to come speak, you can help!

  • Find a venue that can host me and help draw a crowd.
  • If I can get 3 or 4 lectures together on a single trip, I’ll be there.
  • As you can see above, think about corporations, universities or even large meetup groups you’re affiliated with.

While on book tour I sometimes speak for free or in trade for book purchases. It’s a good deal all around.

9 Responses to “Book Tour Schedule 2013 (Year Without Pants)”

  1. Mike Nitabach

    Dude, that shit is fucking grueling! You just cured me of wanting to maybe write a book!

  2. Dave

    Any chance of bringing the tour to Australia Scott?

  3. BJ Roche

    Any way we could get you out to Amherst while you’re in Boston? Two hours one way from South Station on Peter Pan.
    Let me know.

  4. Lukas


    I’ll be travelling through NYC and I’d love to see you. I can reach you only at 18th though; is your talk @ Columbia open to public?

    Are there any information on how to get in?



    1. Scott

      Hi Lukas: Working on that. Waiting for a response from Columbia.

    2. Scott

      It’s Warren Hall — Room 208. Warren Hall is located on Amsterdam between 115th and 116th.

      If/when there’s a proper link I’ll post it.

      1. Almad

        Thanks! Didn’t make it in the end though (jet-lagged, I’ve just pasted the address in the google maps and ended up in the wrong place), but I hope it went well.

        Another time, hopefully.

        1. Scott

          Sorry it didn’t work out – perhaps next time!



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