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A Mayerson Service Announcement

Our favorite publisher, the Wapshott Press, is now an Amazon Charity. Yay! So if you could please choose Wapshott Press as your charity when you’re shopping at Amazon, it will help them to keep publishing awesome books and journals. Here’s the link to make Wapshott Press your charity, and you only have to register once.

Help the Wapshott Press publish books that should be published! The Wapshott Press is now a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Tax deductible donations can be made here: Wapshott Press Donations and thank you so much for your support! (PS. Paypal takes zero commissions from your donation to the Wapshott Press.)

Coming soon: the Darkness at Sunset and Vine trilogy

But until then, you can amuse yourselves mightily at dasav.net, the production and essay site for the readers’ theater version of Part I of the trilogy. Part I used to be called Darkness at Sunset and Vine but has been renamed, The Way we Live Now at Sunset and Vine. The production of it simply made my year in 2008. Or you can look around the publisher site at WapshottPress.com, which is also fun, but not as much. Enjoy!

The book should be on sale at least by June of 2012 (she wrote with great confidence).

Electricland shelf-life

For a limited time, Electricland will be available at a Pittsburgh area bookstore.

Fleeting Pages Bookstore will be open from May 7 until June 7, 2011 at the former Borders in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Loscation: 5986 Penn Circle South, Pittsburgh, PA.
Fleeting Pages Bookstore, FleetingPages, April 22, 2011

If you’ve ever wanted to find Wapshott titles in a bookstore and you’re in or near Pittsburgh, well, this is your chance from May 7 to June 7.

Please cross-post and spread the word. It’s one thing to have a bookstore; it’s another to have customers.

Dread Pirate Mayerson gives an interview

“Q: If you were stranded on a desert island and could only have 3 things, what would they be?

“A: A fully outfitted frigate, a skillful crew and a satellite phone. I’d sail the high seas, rescuing people marooned on desert islands with only three things. I’d be known as the Dread Pirate Mayerson, the Scourge of Silly Interview Questions. And if I had an internet connection I’d blog about my adventures.”
Review & Author Q&A: Electricland with Ginger Mayerson, YouSayToo.com, July 10, 2010