Heard more from Isotope this week. No word yet on which issue my poem will be in, but they did mention that as part of my payment I'll be able to order copies of that particular issue at a discounted rate. The magazine itself is not something you'd find in the newsstand or at Barnes & Noble; I don't even know where you'd get it, aside from their website.

So: If I ordered a few extra copies of the magazine, signed them and mailed them to you, would anyone be interested? Your cost would probably be about $9 per copy.

I'll have to order soon to get the paperwork in the mail, but there's no point in having a bunch of copies of the magazine around if nobody wants them. That's just sad. That's like sitting-in-your-high-school-bedroom-staring-at-your-football-trophies sad.

So. Any takers? I will not be offended if there's no interest. $9 could buy a lot of donuts.

Moleskine watercolors by Lucinda Sweets


Anonymous said...

I want one! But only if you sign it "KATES! I WROTE THIS!"

Otherwise you can keep it

Adam Wishneusky said...

if I bought your damn coffee table book, you bet I'll buy the magazine for a mere $9! :)

Adam Wishneusky said...

shit, I want mine signed too! and you need to come to NYC and sign my book for that matter! and make out with me too

Cassandra Barney said...

I want one.

Anonymous said...

Me, me...spake the Luigi.

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