Jim’s 2010 Tour/Con Shedule

Jim’s appearance schedule for 2010 has been announced!
March 4, 2010, 7pm
Fayette First Christian Church
307 N. Church Street
Fayette, MO
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April 6, 2010, 6:30PM
2342 Bissonnet St
Houston, TX
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April 7, 2010, 8:00PM
4326 University Way NE
Seattle, WA
Seattle/Tacoma, WA
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April 8, 2010, 7:00PM
POWELL’S BOOKS/Cedar Hills Crossing
3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd
Beaverton, OR
Portland, OR
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April 9, 2010, 7:00PM
7051 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, Ste 302
San Diego, CA
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April 10, 2010, 3:00PM
7881 Edinger Ave.
Huntington Beach, CA
Los Angeles, CA
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April 12, 2010, 7:00PM
BORDERS #464/Lee’s Summit
1664 N.W. Chipman Road
Lee’s Summit, MO
Kansas City, MO
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April 28-May 2, 2010
Romantic Times Booklovers’ Convention
Columbus, OH
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September 3-6, 2010
Atlanta, GA
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September 9-12, 2010
Lora Leigh’s Reader Appreciation Weekend
Huntington, WV
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October 8-10, 2010
New York Comic Con
New York, NY
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November 12-14, 2010
Tucson, AZ
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Author: priscellie

Priscilla Spencer has been Jim's creative consultant since 2007. In addition to managing content for Jim-Butcher.com and its social media channels, she beta-reads all of Jim's works, serves as a thematic consultant on the graphic novels and role playing games, and illustrates the maps for his books. The whole "Year of Dresden" thing is largely her baby. Her latest claim to fame is directing the official book trailers for Peace Talks and Battle Ground. In her professional life, Priscilla is a Producer, Writer, Photographer, and Fantasy Map Illustrator working towards a career in producing TV. She enjoys musical theatre, gluten-free cooking, sci-fi/fantasy, and weightlifting. She aspires to travel the world and pet every dog.

117 thoughts on “Jim’s 2010 Tour/Con Shedule”

  1. isn’t it great to live in Southern California?
    be seeing you in S.D. and L.A.
    sorry east coasters, he’ll get there eventually.

  2. Please come to the East coast sometime soon, there are many New England fans who would love to see Jim there. Both my son and I and most of his friends have read every book. There are a lot of readers in New England! We love your books and miss you!

  3. You know… Florida’s a lovely place to visit (especially central Florida)… just saying, lots of fans down this way too!

  4. I’m new to all this but I’ve read the whole Dresden series and I LOVE them — I live in MD but I don’t see you anywhere NEAR there *frowns* You wouldn’t by any chance be going to the NYC Comic Con in Oct would you and neglected to jot it down? please oh please say yes

  5. To those East Coasters in the DC/VA/MD area, Huntington, WV is actually not too far of a drive (six hours roughly from DC… I only know because it’s my hometown and I travel back every few months). Nice, small, blue collar city. Also, for those that are also sports fans, Huntington is home to Marshall University, who will be playing West Virginia University in Huntington that weekend, so there should be some good football/handegg happening that weekend as well. Of course, in turn, that means that those of you planning to head that way should get your hotel rooms very, very soon as that the game is considered an in-state rivalry. Local towns include: Barboursville, WV (~15 mins); Ashland, KY (~30 mins); Charleston, WV (~ 60 mins); South Point, OH (~30 mins).
    Fortunately, I’ll just stay with family. Best of luck to the rest of you!!
    – Matt

  6. would’ve been great to see you in Oakbrook, IL again like the last 2 years. Oh well, maybe next year!

  7. So…..what are we in Colorado, chopped liver? Some people LOVE chopped liver…..any chance of a visit somewhere close to us? Lots of fans in this part of the country, too…..would love you see you out this way!

  8. hmm closest your gonna be is 6 hours. You know North Louisiana, say SHreveport is a great place to visit. Loads of great food and 5 river boat casino’s, and a land based one with a horse track

  9. So glad you’re going to be back in the Pacific Northwest! Gonna do my best to get to the signing in Portland or Seattle.

  10. Come to the San Francisco Bay Area. You don’t need to do a whole prep and all the jazz. We’ll feed you *well* and ply you with drink. It’ll be just awesome.
    I love your work, Jim.

  11. Looking forward tn the KANSAS CITY visit. I have not read the DF books yet. But hopefully Jim wont mind signing my Codex collection. EHREN RULES!

  12. After seeing Jim’s 2010 schedule I feel a little greedy when I hoped he would be coming to Michigan again. Even though I got to see him in Ann Arbor just last year for a book signing. It was pretty sweet to actually get to talk with the man behind such great stories. I also had to give him mad props for sporting the “I godzilla Tokyo” shirt. For all of you who haven’t gotten to meet Jim, let me just say he is worth the drive!

  13. Come to Tennessee!! We folk here need to bear witness to your awesomeness!!

  14. Please come back to Tennessee! I didn’t get to come to last year’s appearance due to injury, likewise the appearance in Louisville, KY. Please come back to this area for a signing!

  15. This Coloradan is hoping and praying for a visit from Butcher. Even my husband knows to watch for the new Butcher releases (Dreden or Tavi), because there will be a mandatory trip to the bookstore. 🙂 If you’ve got time, we’d love to have you!

  16. We’d love to see Jim here in West Central Florida–Atlanta is too far away!

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