Well, having been quietly hibernating for the last few months, I’ll be springing into action and giving not one but two online talks in early May.
Should any kind folk care to join me, there’s no charge for either of the talks and both are going out via Zoom, so they should be accessible wherever you are. That’s assuming all the technology co-operates. (The Romans, of course, never had this problem. But then, they could only speak to people within shouting distance.)
First up: I’ll be joining fellow-author Christine Hancock to talk about archaeology and fiction to the good folk of Rugby Archaeological Society on the morning of Saturday 8 May – more info and how to book here:
Then on the evening of Tuesday 11 May I’ll be delivering the Alan Priestley Memorial lecture to friends at CLASP . This will be a more in-depth look at the archaeology behind the MEDICUS stories but as I’m not really an archaeologist, there will only be one or two maps surrounded by lots of pretty pictures.
Everyone is welcome to join us – it’ll be 7.30 pm in the UK so probably mid-afternoon on the US East Coast and late morning on the US West coast. (LATER- I’m told it’ll be 11.30 am in Oregon.) Here’s the link to get the details and book a place, but if you can’t make it, don’t worry. This one is being recorded. (So you can leave all the worrying to me.)