It’s been a long time coming … I started writing Allaigna’s Song: Overture (well, just Allaigna really, because I didn’t have a title and I didn’t know there were going to be three books) over a decade ago. It went through about 13 drafts before I started serializing it in Pulp Literature and since then its been edited, copy-edited, proofread, and generally tinkered with many more times.
So yeah, this is it — the day I release it to the world in its final form. Set in paper, if not in stone. No more changes.
Which means its time to party!
The launch is being held at Steamworks Brewing Co. in Gastown, beginning at 6pm. Come hungry because the food is great … as is the beer! We’ll eat and drink first, socialize a bit, and then have some readings from several Pulp Lit authors including Issue 15’s Brenda Carre, and our poetry editor Daniel Cowper. Then there will be signings and DOOR PRIZES! Be sure to print your free RSVP ticket to enter.
I hope you’ll come out and celebrate with me tonight. I’m looking forward to that first beer immensely, and the second one even more.
Pulp Literature Summer Launch
Monday 10 July, 6 – 9pm
Steamworks Brewing Co. 375 Water St, Vancouver
Free to attend, but please RSVP