3/23/2006

chapter book


I've come up with a chapbook, splattered earth. It features a fistful o' poems inspired by some time I spent in China. Here's the set list:

invocation
the cops in hong kong
bus across the chinese border
foreigner
all i can do
thief
modernization eulogy
while admiring headless terracotta warriors
pen pal (2nd printing only)
i'd studied mao

If you'd like a copy, they are available at the People's Coop Bookstore (1391 Commercial Drive, Vancouver) for $2.00, or you can track me down and buy one in person ($1.50, or $1.00 each for orders of 3 or more). Also, you can order one through PayPal now for $3.25 and I'll send it right to your doorstep. I'm also certainly open to chapbook trades.

IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE, I KNOW, BUT IT GETS BETTER: While supplies last, all in-person and online sales will include a bonus poem, "viciously in our throats", from my upcoming chapbook child of saturday.

You can order a copy from the sidebar by clicking on the "Pay Pal" button ======>

A sample page from the chapbook can be viewed here.

A brief review of the chapbook, by Leopold McGinnis, editor of Red Fez Magazine, can be read here.

Thanks for your interest!

2 comments:

Colin Stewart said...

Just finished reading it -- that's some good shit you're writing, sir. Particularly liked "foreigner", "the cops in hong kong" and "i'd studied mao".

- Leopold said...

I say ditto to the above post. Except please substitute shit with crap and hold the mayo.