Birmingham Foot Soldiers: Voices from the Civil Rights Movement, my new book telling the harrowing true stories of civil rights protesters in Birmingham is now available. According to the History Press (the publisher), the book is available through Amazon, Barnes&Noble, The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Books-A-Million, and Vulcan Park and Museum. If you’re planning to visit one of the bricks and mortar locations first, you might want to call to make sure the book has actually arrived.
You can order the book online from Amazon, Barnes&Noble, and History Press.net, and it’s available as an epub for Kindle and Nook.
Updates on places to buy the book, including information about local independent book sellers carrying Birmingham Foot Soldiers will be forthcoming.
Several people have asked about book signings. A few have been set up. The following are open to the public:
June 7 – From 1 to 3, I’ll be signing at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, 520 16th Street North
June 14 – Noon to 2 p.m. Little Professor Book Center – 2717 18th Street South (my hometown book store)
June 15 – At 2 p.m. you can find me (and my trusty pen) at the Alabama Theatre, 1817 Third Avenue North
June 28 – Come down to the Hoover Public Library, 200 Municipal Drive, where I will talk to their monthly Write Club – and sign the book!
Thanks for your interest!