Appearances

I’m delighted to report that I’ve been invited by the College of Southern Maryland to speak about my most recent book, The Long Goodbye: Khe Sanh Revisited (May 2016). The event will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 17, 2017, at the Leonardtown Campus Auditorium, Building A, 22950 Hollywood Road, Leonardtown, Maryland and is open to the public for a nominal admission fee. If you live in the southern Maryland or northern Virginia area, hope to see you there!


Michael Archer’s previous book events and speaking engagements have included:

National Museum of the Marine Corps, Triangle, Virginia  

United States Military Academy, West Point, New York  

University of Nevada-Reno, Departments of History and Psychology

Eastern Kentucky University, Departments of History and Military Science, Richmond, Kentucky  

University of Delaware, Department of Political Science & International Relations, Newark, Delaware  

Casper College, Casper, Wyoming  

Northern Kentucky University, The Military History Lecture Series, Highland Heights, Kentucky  

Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts

Twelfth Annual Governor's Banquet, Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, Nevada

Nevada Women’s History Project, 3rd Annual Luncheon for Writers, Atlantis Resort, Reno, Nevada

Friends of the Carson City Library, Carson Nugget, Carson City, Nevada  

Sundance Bookstore, Reno, Nevada  

 Barnes & Noble Bookseller, Reno, Nevada

 Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Lexington, Kentucky  

Lyons Books, Chico, California

... and BOOKS, too!, Lewiston, Idaho

Rotary Club of Incline Village, Nevada

Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise

Rotary Club of Lewiston, Idaho

Kiwanis Club of Reno

 Thinking Out Loud with Dave Teirney, WUML radio -- 91.5 FM, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

 Bob Carroll and Friends interview with Michael Archer, Reno NV

 

 

 

 



Michael Archer speaks on a variety of topics. He is widely considered the preeminent expert on the fifteen-month-long battle for Khe Sanh; his many years of historical research supplemented by vivid first-hand recollections of the fighting there as well as the difficulties of assimilating back into the civilian society after that experience.

Michael also lectures on the history of Nevada over the last hundred years, with particular emphasis on the colorful career of Senator William J. Raggio and his contemporaries. 

A television interview with Michael discussing his book A Man of His Word can be viewed by clicking this link.

If you would like to schedule Michael to speak to your group, please contact him at  Contact  or via his publisher at Hellgate Press.