For a couple of days in late August I’ll be returning to my roots: Pittsburgh, where I spent much of my time as a kid and where many of my relatives still live. My return, however, will be to promote godlessness in the Keystone State, for, along with many others, I’ll be speaking at the Pennsylvania State Atheist and Humanist Conference over Labor Day weekend: Friday, August 29 to Sunday, August 31 (Labor Day weekend).
The list of speakers is here, and it’s not just the lineup of usual suspects (but check out the photos of John Loftus and James Morrow, who look like father and son). The topics are diverse and intriguing, and I’m looking forward to learning some stuff and making new friends.
Registration, which is a paltry $130, is here. There’s entertainment, too, including George Hrab.
They may also be selling my book (not the new one—that’ll take at least a year to appear); if that’s the case there will be a secret feline password.