I’ve updated an illustration I made when Kurt Vonnegut went to heaven. It is now available on Etsy as a very nice black and white 12×18 print, with text inspired by the old ’70s and ’80s paperbacks. So it goes.
Going back to the December 14, 2013 cirque, we have readings from that snowy night from Gerald Yelle and Tom Pappalardo, and performances from Azuza Inkh and Problem With Dragons.
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One of my favorite things about Dumb Internet Times is how easy it is to create a really stupid product that will appeal to almost no one. I made these so I could order one for myself. Maybe? You? Want? One? Too? j/k you don’t.
One thing I wasn’t expecting to find in my inbox this morning is a new review from Publishers Weekly — for a book I sent them three years ago. Ah well, compliments have no expiration date. https://www.publishersweekly.com/9780998327815
I’ve always preferred the paper-book experience over e-books. Some of my stuff is only available on paper. I released these two limited edition chapbooks pre-pandemic, thinking they’d be cool OBJECTS to sell directly to people at book fairs and other events and then there were no more fairs and events. BYGONE and MIND THE GAP are fun short books and you might enjoy reading them. Available here.