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The official book tour for Need to Know is a mix of in-person and online events mixed with radio interviews.  The principal early event was a September 9 book talk at the venerable DC bookstore Politics & Prose, available at www.youtube.com/watch?v=kayo6dL75EO or by going to the events tab at politics-prose.com.  Follow-on events occurred on September 15 at the well-loved indie One More Page books in Arlington, Virginia and at a symposium at Harvard on September 16.  See https://www.hks.harvard.edu/events/marking-cias-75th-anniversary-espionage-scandal-and-triumph.


Other appearances have included podcasts on the Marine Corps Association's "Scuttlebutt" program, as well as former Speaker Gingrich's "Gingrich 360" program; NPR's "CultureShift" series; and the National Archives' lunchtime speaker series, recorded on September 28 and available on YouTube.  


On October 13, Nick will lecture for the Smithsonian (smithsonianassociates.org, searchable under Need to Know); on October 20 to the South Arlington Kiwanis Club; and October 24 for the iHeart radio show "Spycraft," a podcast that looks at espionage "in every form."


Though the official book tour for Writer, Soldier, Sailor, Spy is long over, Nick still likes to talk and write about Hemingway. He continues to teach classes for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute on Hemingway and the Spanish Civil War, as well as attending meetings of the Hemingway Society, most recently in Sheridan, Wyoming.  He has also shared his thoughts on Hemingway in media such as The Daily Beast ("How Russia Recruited Ernest Hemingway," March 18, 2017) and World War II Magazine ("Jack Hemingway's War," October, 2018).


Additional information is available at harpercollins.com by searching on Need to Know or Nicholas Reynolds.