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Feb. 16, April 8: Book release, signing about blind adventurer

PULLMAN, Wash. – The only blind man to reach the summit of Mount Everest completed his latest feat – solo kayaking all 277 miles of the Grand Canyon – in 2014. A book release party for his memoir about that adventure, co-written with Washington State University clinical professor of English Buddy Levy (pictured at right), will be at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, at BookPeople in downtown Moscow, Idaho.

Levy will sign copies on Saturday, April 8, during WSU Mom’s Weekend; details to be announced.

“No Barriers: A Blind Man’s Journey to Kayak the Grand Canyon,” by Erik Weihenmayer and Levy, will cost $26.99 in hardcover. Learn more at https://www.amazon.com/No-Barriers-Blind-Journey-Canyon/dp/125008878X.

 

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