About Bigfoot for Women in Luna Luna.
So this is a thing some of us Amys are doing. Please check back regularly or follow to keep up on the latest things we are sorry or not sorry for. In this installment, Amy Glynn is sorry those photos were not of your face.
In which we talk about Bigfoot. “I wrote a whole book about him, and I never used his name. Not even once.”
1. The party was totally fun, you guys. Thanks to all who made it out last night.
2. Just lookit this thing happening over at Books on the Square. Robert Pinsky and I are like pals now.
3. I’m doing a writing workshop about water next Sunday at Slater Mill, where the American Industrial Revolution began. Maybe you should come. Details here, email me at amypickworth [at] gmail [dot] com if you’re interested. You probably really should come, you know.
Tomorrow is November 1, the official release date, at which point Bigfoot officially exists. In an early endorsement, one reader writes, “It’s very hard to wrestle this book away from the baby. She senses that it brims with wit, pain, and identity questions, and she is unafraid.”
You can order a copy through Orange Monkey or on Amazon, or you can buy one on November 15 at the Bigfoot for Women book party at Machines with Magnets, featuring readings and Bigfoot mini-lectures by special guests Mary-Kim Arnold, Darcie Dennigan, Avishek Ganguly, Jared Goldstein, and Lucinda Hitchcock. No cover, free parking, cash bar, 8 to 10 pm. I hope to see you there!
Hooray! So exciting. Be a pal and just go HERE.
Coming soon: details about my big ass Bigfoot book party, the Bigfoot book party to end all Bigfoot book parties. Or to start them. Or something.
In which I talk about raccoons and lamb chops and glottal stops with Maria Anderson in Paper Darts.