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Surfing with Mel available for pre-order

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Happy Labora Day!

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Big news. Labora Editions is going to do a print run of my very recent historical fiction Surfing with Mel. Naturally, I’d be thrilled about any kind of print run, but Labora Editions isn’t just any kind of publisher.

Not too terribly long ago books were works of craft, at least, often works of art. So it shall be again, I believe. I call Labora Editions a publishing studio, rather than a company, because I alone constitute the whole operation at present, but also because the quality to which I aspire is of a kind more native to art than to commerce.

Release date is October 1. Please spread the word. And keep checking Labora Editions for production photos!

How the heck did I miss this?

Miss Ellen interviews Mr. Matthew … and does crackerjack job of it.

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USA. New York. 1950.

Where they discuss the not-so-usual suspects – including you and you and you and you and and you and you and…!

 

Mel Gibson’s Sunset Boulevard?

Mel Gibson’s Sunset Boulevard.

A Scene from Surfing with Mel

I got to messing around on the Internet last night. Warning: F-bombs and such …

For the Discerning Gentleman Reader

SPOTTED: Korrektiv Press titles in exclusive holiday gift guide for men.

Also: the aforementioned horseys.

Inside the Mind of Mel

Go ahead, take a peek.

Thanksgiving Special

Today only, download the Kindle edition of Surfing with Mel for a mere 99¢ and get a free turkey while supplies last.

Wait a minute … we’re out of turkeys. So … er … today only … well, not only today, but … yes, only … 99¢. Get yours today!

Image credit: Ryan Charles Trusell (yes, that Ryan Charles Trusell) by way of Seinfeld.

P.S. We love ya, Mel!

Heartbreaking

Ryan Charles Trusell, of Ora et Labora et Zombies fame, reluctantly ventures into Kindleland for the love of Lickona:


This weekend I broke down and bought my first kindle book….

Lickona’s story, and perhaps the whole Mel Gibson saga writ large, acts as a kind of Rorschach test, especially for Catholics. Tell me what you think about it and I can probably tell you something about yourself, like a proper sideshow carny. My one-word descriptor, if forced to give it, would be “heartbreaking”.

Read the entire review here: Lethal Capon.