I am nigh-ecstatic to be able to direct you to this "kinetic translation" of my book Fourier Series, designed and programmed by its publishernay, its wizardWilliam Gillespie of Spineless Books:
Also, this is a good time to announce to all who might care that I will be at AWP in DC next week. There are a couple of Tupelo/Severance Songs related events of interest:
Tupelo Press Off-Site Reception
Petits Plats Restaurant
2653 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington DC 20008
Join us at Petits Plats (close to the conference hotel) for drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and short readings by a few of our 2010/2011 authors. Join us in a toast to Tupelo's authors and staff for eleven years of dynamic publishing!
Friday, February 4
6:15 - 8:30 pm
With short readings by (in order of appearance):
Nancy Naomi Carlson
Ellen Doré Watson
Please RSVP for this event:
Send an email with the number in your party to email@example.com.
Please put "AWP Reception" in your subject line,
and feel free to bring a guest.
I'll be signing advance copies of the book at the Tupelo Books table on Saturday at 11:30 AM, alongside Megan Snyder-Camp whose new book is called The Forest of Sure Things.
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