1: Flat regions on either side of the forehead 2: Places or things regarded as having within them a divine presence 3: Devices in looms that keep cloth stretched to the correct width during weaving 4: Buildings reserved for a highly valued function: libraries, temples of learning 5: Phil Temples.
I received this very nice thank you note from Bowen University in Nigeria for helping Kwasi Sarkodie-Mensah to collect computer science and other textbooks for its library in 2015.
Books For Africa
Acknowledgement and expression of gratitude
I received word from my publisher, Moonshine Cove Publishing, that work has begun this week on “Uncontacted Frontier.” It’s on target for a release date of April 20, 2020. Huzzah!
Today’s “virtual” Bagel Bards meeting via Zoom went swimmingly well. We had as many as 18 folks on at one point during the 1 1/2 hour session.
I’ve reserved the Arts at the Armory Café for the launch of my new book, “Uncontacted Frontier,” for Saturday, May 30, 2020 from 3:00-4:30 PM. It’s located at 191 Highland Ave #1c, Somerville, MA 02143. I hope everyone can attend!
I’ll be reading some of my micro fiction at the Bow Market Book Fair this weekend.
Bow Market Book Fair
Buy books, meet authors, and support artists at the Bow Market Book Fair! We’re inviting some of our favorite booksellers, authors and artists to for a fun day dedicated to the love of books. @[226948647953676:274:Saus at Bow Market] will be hosting a Community Cookbook Swap on the patio outside t…
My good friend, Christopher Reilley, was interviewed recently on Doug Holder’s Somerville TV show, Poet to Poet.
Doug Holder Interviews Poet Christopher Reilley : Doug Holder : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive
I interviewed Reilley on my Somerville, MA. Media TV show Poet to Poet--regarding his new collection One Night Stanza ( Big Table Books)
Here’s a great gag gift given to me by my friend, Michael Keith!
A good crew was on hand Sunday, February 23, 2020, at New England Mobile Book Fair in Newton Upper Falls to welcome back an old friend, Robin Stratton (front, center) of Big Table Publishing and Boston Literary Magazine. Robin now lives in San Francisco, but she’s in town for a few days visiting family.
Standing directly behind Robin is NEMBF owner Tom Lyons.