Book sales are steady, and I am very grateful to those who have purchased a copy of the book. Please feel free to give me a shout and let me know what you think whenever you get a chance.
In a related note, the book is availble for review on Goodreads.com, at http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10638682-into-the-everything
Let's get those five stars shining bright.
I'll be doing some readings in the upcoming months. It would be great to see some folks there:
Eris Temple Artspace (52nd and Cedar, Philadelphia)
(Certain Circuits is also publishing a few poems of mine in their latest edition)
The Community College of Philadelphia
Coffeehouse (Winnett Building)
The Painted Bride Art Center (230 Vine St. Philadelphia)
with author Kelly McQuain
Also, Origivation magazine has been serializing a short story of mine for the past few months and into the foreseeable future (it's a long one), so check out "Sophi"; if you want to know anything about South Philly, here's the perception from one So Phil resident whose love-love relationship with the area is as steady as it is complete. Check it out, but remember that the link takes you to the third installment, so you'll have to cycle back a few issues to get the whole thing. (By and by, check out the great illustrations of my story by Jillian Kesselman, the same artist who drew Into the Everything's cover). http://www.origivation.com/features/march2011/bitter.php
Looks like I have my hands full; but I am really enjoying meeting people who are interested in reading my work, whether it be for general amicable reasons of friendship or family, or because you may have heard something you liked. Regardless, it goes, and it goes well.