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#92
Received my copy today.
Read a couple of letters, very promising.

Listened to the CD, it's uplifting, raw and real.
Like "depressing" music, it offers you
renewed energy.
 
#96
OK, I am so pissed off at myself for not procuring one of these gems. So what If I bought a house? Mortgage be damned; where can I find one of these? Chris, Hosh; my appy-pollyloggies. Never underestimate my ability to be a dumb-fuck.

Meekly: Any premium copies left? :eek:
 

bospress.net

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#97
OK, I am so pissed off at myself for not procuring one of these gems. So what If I bought a house? Mortgage be damned; where can I find one of these? Chris, Hosh; my appy-pollyloggies. Never underestimate my ability to be a dumb-fuck.

Meekly: Any premium copies left? :eek:
Hi,
Sorry. No hardbacks are left. I have not seen any on abe either. I'm not sure if any copies went to bookstores or they all went to readers/collectors.

Bill
 

Hosh

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#98
All 26 hardbacks went to individuals, & went fast!

The 7 clamshell, hardback special editions went to those behind the production.

100 trade paperbacks via OA Press. At last count I think there were about 40 left.
 

hoochmonkey9

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#99
listened to the cd today while cleaning my writing area.

it made the cleaning more palatable.

very nice stuff. because of the cd, the book has made itself to the top of my 'to be read' stack.
 

Hosh

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All kudos for the CD go directly to the men of Noot D'Noot--they did some very cool stuff with our recorded excerpts.

Hope you like the book, Hooch.
 

bospress.net

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great. Both are interesting. I take it that he didn't care much for it?

Hopefully he bought a copy and was not sent a review copy....

Bill
 

Father Luke

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I got Copy A

The poems were:

THE FILTHIEST STREETS RUN
WITH HOT, SENSELESS BLOOD...
~ Hosho

the smoking ruins of winter blown trails
~chris


I'm just happy I have a little time to read this.
 

HarryC13

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Just read the negative review of the book and I have to admit, I hate it when Cunningham bares his gnashing teeth. And McCreesh ain't much better. It is scary and detracts from the minimalism of your poetry. And hey, Hosh, did I see you sneaking a peek at a dictionary the other day? :)

Seriously, though, congrats on the book and the FAVORABLE press!
 

Hosh

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Hosh

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While I'm on break here at work. The 1 year anniversary festivities begin now!


Perhaps there will even be a sale to accompany it...

Also, we owe a huge tip of the hat to Buk.net's own strangegirl for offering up her tremendous talents!
 

Hosh

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That makes it EASILY as collectible as all my other books and ephemera, if not a little more so. Your nest egg is in good shape!
 
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