A giant thank you to all the folks who continue to invite me to tell my “Outpedaling” story. What good are authors without readers, after all?
Coming at 2 p.m. Wednesday May 19: Hear Elizabeth interviewed at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. during a Headliner event
BOOK DISCUSSION: An evening with the DC Public Library. Dec. 9, 2020More than 140 viewers tuned in virtually on Dec. 9, 2020, when Elizabeth sat down with librarian Maggie Gilmore for a D.C. Public Library discussion and follow-up Q&A about Outpedaling ‘The Big C.’ Ursula Sandstrom, outreach manager for the Washington Area Bicyclist Association also joined the talk.
It was broadcast via Facebook Live. Elizabeth shared stories of her mental, emotional and physical journeys; the process of publishing her first book; and how public libraries fit into the picture. The group also delved into cycling advocacy, safety, and infrastructure as they relate to long-distance trips, and shared some of our favorite books about bicycling for participants to cozy up with in winter when the riding isn’t as easy.
HEY!!! IF YOU MISSED THE RIVETING CONVERSATION, LISTEN HERE:
BOOK SIGNING/TALK: An afternoon at the Appalachian Trail Museum, 2 p.m. Oct. 31, 2020
1120 Pine Grove Road Gardners, PA 17324
Come meet the author and have her sign your copy of “Outpedaling ‘The Big C’: My Healing Cycle Across America”. The book includes Elizabeth’s adventures on the Appalachian Trail during her 1991 thru-hike as The Blister Sister. The museum will have books for sale. Learn more here . Please Note: Due to the pandemic, the talk will be outside, weather permitting. Masks are required and social distancing will be observed. In the event of inclement weather, the event will move inside to the adjacent Ironmasters Mansion.