I've been busy over the last few weeks teaching my first class ever, but I got a pleasant surprise that an article that I had written last year has finally been published in The Canadian Geographer. The Spatial Economy of North American Trade Fairs uses a unique dataset to track the location, size, and types of trade fairs over the past decade. The paper is specifically interested in showing how a relational event (trade fairs are temporary gatherings of international actors) still have a real, every-day geography to them. Lots of pretty maps and graphs! E-mail me for a copy if you don't have free access to the article.