06 February 2009

Map of the Folded World

I've worked on a number of editing projects for the University of Akron Press, but this is the first one that I was able to see through from beginning to end. Honestly, it was just as exciting as seeing my own book in print. Many congratulations to John Gallaher on the arrival of Map of the Folded World, and many kudos to Amy Freels for her design savvy.

Please stop by the UA Press table at AWP and get your own copy. We did a quick limited run for the conference, and the full deluge will print soon thereafter.

8 comments:

John Gallaher said...

"Gallahermania" as a tag makes me think I should go on the Ed Sullivan Show.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday. I'm still not sure how I'm going to be able to get to table 422 from mine, 424, but I'll soldier on.

Penultimatina said...

Well, you can follow the trail to the coffee can, if you know what I mean.

Brent Goodman said...

I can't wait to get my paws on that one! Look forward to meeting you.

Penultimatina said...

Right back atcha, Brent!

Oliver de la Paz said...

Hot. Getting it.

Justin Evans said...

Youi guys aren't ever going to make this easy for me, are you? I know Denver is a helluva lot closer than Chicago or New York, but March? WTF?!?!

There is no way I will be able to convince my wife to go with me to Denver in March to sit around while I talk poetry. If ieven suggested that I go alone, it would be grounds for divorce and dismemberment (and I'm not certain in which order, either).

Iwill have to just wait to get hold of John's book the old fashioned way---burn down someone's house.

Be missing you all at AWP.

feh.

Penultimatina said...

Justin, it's actually in April next year. Problem solved. :)

B-Ho said...

Mary, isn't it odd how good it feels to be putting someone else's work out in the world like that??

p.s. Your hair looks great!
p.p.s. Editrixies forever!!