My thanks to Kathy Temean for her wonderful post featuring my collaboration with Laura Robb. It’s quite rare to have an educational book given such a grand introduction. My gratitude to Kathy. Here’s how to find the post and qualify to win a free copy. https://kathytemean.wordpress.com/ and if the gremlins are still at work, click on “David Harrison’s book” in the short paragraph at the top of her post. Sorry for the technical difficulties after all her hard work, but it’s all there once you click on.
Today we catch Charles (Father Goose) Ghigna in the loving act of reading to his grandson Christoper. I hope you’ll drop over to FAMILY VOICES to enjoy the picture and consider sending us pictures of your own that we can share as a reminder to young parents everywhere to read to their kids. Many thanks. https://www.facebook.com/ozarksfamilyvoices
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I decided to change my picture. I’ve been having a lot of fun lately so I need a picture that reflects it.
And on Amazon news, RUM PUM PUM made a remarkable climb in sales since yesterday, thanks to everyone who placed advance orders. Yay and thanks!
Yesterday was publication day for AFTER DARK, POEMS ABOUT NOCTURNAL ANIMALS, and I had a great day. My thanks to everyone who helped in some way to make the occasion so special.
Today is Stop #10 on the tour and I’m happy to say that the host is Renee La Tulippe, in Italy over at No Water River (https://www.nowaterriver.com/). Most of you know Renee and/or her wonderful achievements in preserving the work and voices of poets. On an early occasion when she interviewed me, for some reason I was full of silly responses and that’s how our relationship began. I’m not sure Renee believes I have a serious thought in my head because when she agreed to host me on this tour I sent her my answers first. Well…
So I’ve been looking forward to seeing today’s post and discover what my patient friend has managed to make of what I sent her. I hope you’ll enjoy her post. I’m quite sure that I will.