The title says it all. Hoover Press has accepted "Skating on Stilts" for publication this spring, assuming I get it out of my computer and to the proofreaders by the end of the month.
Of course, I could tinker with it for months, but Judge Lamberth gave me a candid and helpful interview on the sources of the wall on Friday, and I've incorporated it this weekend. So this is a great time to quit tinkering and ship the damn thing. Which I am doing.
I've added a new chapter on TSA and the privacy machine. It tracks my article on the Christmas Day attack for National Review, which never put the piece on line. So I'll post the chapter in installments over the next couple of weeks.
One last thing: I need a subtitle, since "Skating on Stilts" is memorable but not informative. Working subtitle is the rather bland "Terror, Technology, and Privacy." That sort of misses the memoir element of the book, and frankly I'm not sure I'd read a book with that subtitle.
So, other candidates are still in the mix. How about "My Three Years at DHS, Trying to Keep Terrorists, Technology, and the Privacy Lobby from Killing You"? Other suggestions welcome.