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An Evening with Bill Carter

The United Music Museum in Austin, Texas will host its inaugural event, “The Power of Music in conflict,” next month at the Google Fiber Space located at 201 Colorado Street. Documentarian/humanitarian/author Bill Carter will be the featured guest. He’ll share a screening of his film Miss Sarajevo, tell the story of his time in the Bosnian War and explain how […]

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A New Book from Bill Carter

Bill Carter, author of Fools Rush In and Red Summer, returns this fall with a new book, Boom, Bust, Boom: A Story About Copper, the Metal That Runs the World. This new non-fiction work will be released on Oct. 16 and is available for pre-order at Amazon.com. Carter will appear on CBS This Morning that […]

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Bill Carter's West Coast Tour

Bill Carter’s memoirs Fools Rush In and Red Summer have been re-released by Schaffner Press, so Bill is hitting the road next month to promote them! Here are his scheduled dates so far: June 7 – West Hollywood, CA:  Booksoup @ 7 p.m. June 8 – Santa Barbara, CA: Barnes & Noble at 829 State […]

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Bono to play Bono in Carter's film?

You may remember my giddy blog entry last May about meeting Bill Carter of Miss Sarajevo documentary fame. Well now, his 2004 book Fools Rush In, about his time in the Bosnian war (and his time spent coordinating U2 satellite hookups to the war), is being made into a feature film. Carter is reportedly writing […]

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