If you enjoy our Q&A sessions, well, we also do them live at sea on the Mark Steyn Cruise. If you've got a headscratcher you'd like to pose to Mark or Alexandra Marshall or Mr Snerdley or the rest of his guests (see cruise promo at right), we hope to see you on board.
But, if you missed today's Clubland Q&A live around the planet, here's the action replay. Steyn took questions on Biden's visit to Ireland and many other dispiriting topics, but, on a cheerier note, he also found time for Dylan, Sinatra and Rachmaninoff.
Mark also mentioned en passant his new book: it's now available for pre-order at Amazon in hardback or in Kindle. Although those outlets won't be shipping till Tuesday, some lucky SteynOnline bookstore customers already have their hands on theirs. Josh Passell writes from Massachusetts:
Just got my two signed copies of The Prisoner of Windsor! Thanks, Mark!
Thank you, Josh. Hope you enjoy one or other of them.
As you can hear toward the end, Steyn is still recuperating from his heart attacks, but he managed over an hour-and-a-quarter of what we think is well worth a listen. You don't have to be a Mark Steyn Club member to listen to the show, so please click away. But, as always, we thank Steyn Clubbers for many excellent questions. And we will pick up a few of the ones we didn't get to in Mark's Mailbox, back on The Mark Steyn Show.
We continue to receive mail from listeners who wish to support Mark's lawsuit against the UK state censor Ofcom in the English High Court. There are multiple means of doing so, as follows:
a) signing up a friend for a Steyn Club Gift Membership;
b) buying a SteynOnline gift certificate; or
c) pre-ordering Mark's above-mentioned new book.
Michael E Mann's defamation suit against Steyn is about to enter its twelfth year in the dank toilet of the District of Columbia Superior Court, where justice goes to die. Without proceeds from the above sources, Mark would have been out of the game a decade ago.