Book Tour in the Works


I’m putting my book tour together. I’m heading straight into the heart of the America. Portland to Utah to Wisconsin to Michigan with many stops in-between.

I opened my inbox this morning to two contracts! They’re signed and sent back. The first event will be before the book even comes out. On February 24th I will be speaking on a panel and will be reading with my non-profit company A Rock or Something Productions at Portland State University’s Classroom to Community Series. Last year’s keynote speaker was Cheryl Strayed.

On March 14th I’ll be reading at a private event for The Canticle of the Black Madonna opera in NW Portland.

On April 1oth I’ll be talking about the difficulties combat veterans face trying to transition back into society at the University of Wisconsin: Fox Valley then reading at the Appleton Public Library on April 11th.

These are the events I have locked down. I’m putting together the rest of the readings in the next couple weeks. I’m looking at stopping in Colorado, Minnesota, and Idaho as well. I hope to see you out there.

Wax Bullet War won’t be released until April 1st, but you can pre-order your copy now:


By Sean Davis

Sean Davis is the author of The Wax Bullet War, a Purple Heart Iraq War veteran, and the winner of the Legionnaire of the Year Award from the American Legion in 2015 and the recipient of the Emily Gottfried Emerging Leader, Human Rights award for 2016. His stories, essays, and articles have appeared in the the Ted Talk Book The Misfit’s Manifesto (Simon and Schuster), Forest Avenue Press anthology City of Weird, Sixty Minutes, Story Corps, Flaunt Magazine, The Big Smoke, Human the movie, and much more.

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