Willows Wept Press has revealed the cover of the first book in what promises to be a solid catalog. Matt Bell‘s How The Broken Lead The Blind anchors the press and is due to be printed this month. To fully appreciate the artwork by Christy Call, you can see a wraparound cover here.
You can preorder it at the website for $10. Get on it quickly, as there are only 100 copies to be printed.
And look out for the next Willows Wept book, Scott Garson‘s Vercingetorix.
We have had no real ‘good’ gchats recently, so I must post this (and invite you to comment on the Wells Tower thread – things are trying to happen there). It’s not real shit-talking, I guess.
Does anyone know of good irish literature I can read, aside from the obvious? At Swim-Two-Birds is sitting on my shelf right now. Should I read that?
Okay, our discussion of Irish Literature:
me: dang olwhat aboutoktalk aboutirish literatureno that is dumbChris: irish literature?me: ignora that
I’ve decided to do an intermittent feature for Mean Monday based on the gchats that my sister and I have about stuff. I will select a small excerpt of our conversation, remove it completely out of context, change words around, and then post it for your enjoyment.
If anyone has any requests or topics about which they would like my sister and me to chat, please email me or post in the comments section. We will do our best to have a discussion about it at some point in the future.
Ok, so here is the first entry.
Christy Call on the quality of the posts here at HTMLGIANT (with apologies to Sam Pink, whose chapbook I got in the mail a few weeks ago and read from cover to cover without stopping it was so good it hurt me a lot and then I couldn’t function for the rest of the evening):
some is ok, some is ok++reallyi sitll dont like sam pinkah well