Fall 2021 A Dream of a Woman Tour

Alright! I’m doing a bunch of events for my new book of stories, A Dream of a Woman (which you can buy here direct if you can’t make it to any of these hootenannys.)

Below are all the dates with info and links. Most are virtual, but a few are in-person—in New York City, Winnipeg, and Vancouver. May have more things come up, but for now, this is what I’m doing.

VIRTUAL – starting Sept 20, ending Oct 18
Videos and readings up at Winnipeg Thin Air Festival

NYC – Sept 23, 7 PM Eastern
US launch at McNally Jackson Seaport (4 Fulton St in the Financial District)
with Jeanne Thornton

VIRTUAL – Sept 24, 5 PM Eastern
Reading and Discussion at Toronto’s Word on the Street
with Grace Kehler

VIRTUAL – Sept 26, 7 PM Eastern
Reading with Real Vancouver Writers Series
with Sydney Warner Brooman, Sarah Berman, Gilbert Gottfriedson, Aurore Gatwenzi, & RC Weslowski

VIRTUAL – Sept 27, 7 PM Eastern
Panel – Beyond the Year of Trans Creativity at Brooklyn Book Festival, in partnership with Bluestockings
with Jackie Ess, Jeanne Thornton, Jules Gill-Peterson, Andrea Lawlor, Alex McElroy, moderated by Riley MacLeod

VIRTUAL – Oct 14, 7:30 PM Eastern
Panel – Wrestling With Bodies at Charis Books Circle
with Venita Blackburn and Megan Milks

WINNIPEG / VIRTUAL – Oct 15, 7 PM Central
Canadian launch at McNally Robinson (1120 Grant Ave) and streaming on YouTube
with Ben Sigurdson

VANCOUVER – Oct 23, 2 PM Pacific
Panel – Short Stories, Tall Tales at Vancouver Writers Festival
with Alix Ohlin and Norma Dunning, moderated by Bill Richardson

VANCOUVER – Oct 24, 3:30 PM Pacific
Panel – The Afternoon Tea at Vancouver Writers Festival
with Jael Richardson, Ian Williams, Zoe Whittall, Myriam Chancey, and Linden MacIntyre

(NOTE TO VANCOUVER FRIENDS: If you would like to come to these but cannot afford it, particularly if you’re a trans person, give me a shout: casey dot plett at gmail.)

VIRTUAL – Oct 26, 9 PM Eastern
Conversation with Torrey Peters for Calgary WordFest

Ok, thank you so much friends. I hope that if you want to come, that you can come.

I put so much of myself into this book and it was sometimes very difficult to write. I hope you like it and I’m grateful for all the support I’ve received so far. Thank you so much—see you out there.


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