John Hodgman – MEDALLION STATUS: True Stories from Secret Rooms

The Wilbur Theatre Located at
246 Tremont St, Boston, MA.
Phone: 617-248-9700
Thu Oct 17th - 7:00PM
SEAT TYPE: Fully seated
PRICE:
$37

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Moderated by: Jen Deaderick   About John Hodgman: JOHN HODGMAN will be presenting and discussing his new book MEDALLION STATUS: True Stories From Secret Rooms

Moderated by: Jen Deaderick

 

About John Hodgman:

JOHN HODGMAN will be presenting and discussing his new book MEDALLION STATUS: True Stories From Secret Rooms. He will take many questions from the audience. After the presentation, he will then sign and personalize copies of MEDALLION STATUS until there are none left to sign or personalize. You must have a physical copy of MEDALLION STATUS to enter the signing line. If you are one person who buys or brings TWO copies of MEDALLION STATUS, John Hodgman will personally hand you an exclusive reward. (pre-ordered hardcovers as well as audiobook/e-book editions of MEDALLION STATUS may count as a second copy). The first person to purchase SEVEN physical copies of MEDALLION STATUS on the evening of the event from the on-site bookseller will be automatically upgraded to the most comfortable seat available next to John Hodgman at the signing table, and that person (and one companion) may sit and chat with him throughout the signing. Other upgrades and loyalty bonuses will be announced on the night of the event. You will get your money’s worth. That is all.

 

About Jen Deaderick:

Jen Deaderick has written about gender and citizenship for the New York Times, the Huffington Post, Experience, and Dame. She is also a regular contributor on WGBH’s news show, Greater Boston. 

Since 2008, she has run the largest Equal Rights Amendment page on Facebook. In 2012, she founded the #UseThe19th campaign, which encouraged women to get out and vote. In 2017, she took over the social media for A is For, an abortion rights organization founded by Martha Plimpton and other artists.

Her book, SHE THE PEOPLE, is an illustrated history of women’s citizenship in the US from 1776 to now.

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