Not For Sale in ANY Store!

Just in time for the holiday shopping! But first a word from our sponsor!

El Paso, soon.

See listing for details!

Down towards the bottom of the books-in-print page, there’s a link for the latest, 2009, the complete columns, in eBook (PDF) format. 139,000 words, 558 pages. One year’s work, encapsulated.

The thinking, it’s along the line of the Grateful Dead, or from more recent memory, Hank III, as they are artists who encourage dissemination of old works. “Taper friendly,” was the word on the street, well, at one time. Does anyone still use tapes?

As I have a strict policy of “no repeats,” anyone is free to verify that, the archives are always open.

I’m really losing money on that electronic publication. The ISBN is from a block I bought when I was first toying with self-publication. Legal and all that, just not as widely used as once before. Blocks of ten numbers cost $200 at the time. So there’s a $20 investment in making the column’s end-of-the-year publication all legal and stuff.

Laeti edimus qui nos subigant!

Two Meat Tuesday (the book)
astrofish
(cure for the common horoscope)
Pink Cake A commonplace book.

About the author: Born and raised in East Texas, Kramer Wetzel, settled in a South Austin trailer park before trailer parks were cool. He now lives in San Antonio, Texas.

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • Sarah Jan 14, 2010 @ 10:53

    I read mot of my online stuff (except for email) through Bloglines. Interesting that Bloglines has not been picking up the xenon feed since the start of the new year. No problem; I can always come here directly. But it does make my wonder why, just out of curiosity. Do you know?

  • El Muchacho Alegre Jan 14, 2010 @ 18:33

    feed changed, click on the feed button at the top and it’ll get you situated with the new feed. you should be able to pick the horoscopes and associated material too. Although it is a separate feed….

Next post:

Previous post: