I've got a bunch of upcoming fixtures.
Firstly, I'll be at Eurocon 2011 in Stockholm, a convention running from June 17th to 19th. Your sometime guest blogger, Elizabeth Bear, is one of the guests of honour; other guests are John-Henri Holmberg, Ian McDonald, and Jukka Halme. Among other things I'll be interviewing Hannu Rajaniemi interviewing me, which should be fun!
In July/August I'll be in the USA — but not at worldcon.
Instead, I'm starting in Seattle (with a week as an instructor at Clarion West). There will be a reading at the University Bookstore — date, time, and details to be arranged. There may be other signings and events. It's still in the planning stage.
I'll be visiting San Francisco next, and will be reading and signing at Borderlands Books on Saturday August 6th (provisionally at 3pm). There may be other readings in the Bay Area between the 1st and 7th — I'm still working on an itinerary — but on August 8th I'm giving a keynote speech at USENIX Security 2011 (working title: "Computer and network security in the medium term: 2061-2561AD").
After that, assuming I'm not pelted off stage with rotten eggs by enraged penetration testers, I will pop up in Portland to do a reading and signing at Powell's on August 12th at 7:30pm at their downtown store on West Burnside Street.
Then I'm flying home rather than proceeding on to Reno for worldcon, because by that time I shall have been on the road for nearly a month, which is too long. The cat's will have forgotten who I am and the cheese at the back of the refrigerator will be campaigning for the vote, if not asking where its old-age pension has gotten to. (Also: I don't gamble, I don't like hot weather, and I'm not mad keen on cities where I can't get around without driving.)
Finally, looking further ahead, I'm pleased to announce that I've accepted invitations to be guest of honour at COSine 2012 in Colorado Springs (January 27th to 29th, 2012), and at Satellite III in Glasgow (February 25th-26th, 2012). (The latter means I almost certainly won't be at Boskone next February — the jet lag would be of epic proportions. But don't worry, Boston, I still love you!)