Copies of A Drop of Ink arrived in my mailbox on Saturday, giftwrapped in blocks of ten. It was just like Christmas, except frustrating, because all the local stores were closed for the long weekend. But copies can now be found at The Birchbark Bookshop and the St. Lawrence County Arts Council in Potsdam, and at SLU’s Brewer Bookstore in Canton. I also have a stash at my office at North Country Public Radio in Canton, if you want to drop in and cadge a free cup of coffee along with your bedside reading. In coming days and weeks, I will get copies out to other locations, including the Adirondacks.
I tried to get books into TAUNY’s Folk Store in Canton, but they are renovating the space all summer, and into the SUNY Potsdam Bookstore, but they’re renovating until June 6. All outlets, including stores stocked by the publisher, will be listed on the book orders page.
I have three readings sheduled so far, where copies will also be available for sale. See the readings page for details.
If you have already bought and read a copy of A Drop of Ink, please take a moment to review it in a comment on this site.
I enjoy reading poetry. I have read half of your book. I really like it. I’ll write again when I’ve finished.
Just finished. The last poem was, in an eerie way, perfect. I look forward to reading the book again.