LOSING TOUCH, Hemingway Museum get on grand

Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.

Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.

A big thanks to everyone who came out to the Pop-Up Book Fair yesterday at the Ernest Hemingway Museum in Oak Park. I met some readers and signed a number of copies of LOSING TOUCH and CHIRAL MAD, a psychological horror anthology edited by Michael Bailey.

I got to hang out with some local literati, including Gerardo Pelayo at Burial Day Books (thanks for the change, man!), David David Katzman, author of the experimental novel A GREATER MONSTER (think ALICE IN WONDERLAND if it were written by William S. Burroughs), and William Hazelgrove, who wrote THE PITCHER about a washed-up baseball star who teaches a prodigy how to pitch.

If you missed the Pop-Up Book Fair, rumor has it that Curbside Splendor Publishing will be hosting another one later in the year at an as-yet undisclosed location. In the meantime, the Ernest Hemingway Museum in Oak Park is open seven days a week (except major holidays) and houses a number of exhibits and artifacts, including Hemingway’s childhood diary and the letter from Agnes von Kurowsky (the inspiration for Catherine Barkley in A FAREWELL TO ARMS) breaking their engagement in March 1919.

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