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Robert Bryce book-signing at BookPeople

Robert Bryce
Robert Bryce

I recently heard my friend and local author described thusly: "Bryce went from being a dance writer to a hard left political and environmental writer for the Austin Chronicle, to being a mouthpiece for the anti-global warming, anti-alternative energy crowd." Come hear Robert explain why that's a horribly unfair way to sum up the evolution of his political thought and writing, as he signs his fifth book on energy policy, and probably bops me on the nose for writing this.

Hey, if you're not pissing somebody off, then you're probably not doing your job, right?

Saturday, May 17, 5-6pm at BookPeople, 603 N. Lamar. See "Far Away, From Home" for our review.

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