Saturday, May 24, 2008

New Day #149


Another sold-out show at True Stories, which I'm happy to report is not a new thing. But I did find a new and much easier way to Mississippi Studios, which I took as a sign that I am headed in a new and much easier direction in my life. Because that's how my mind works.

You see, despite the fact that I freaked when Attack of the Theater People didn't get the national media attention it so richly deserves, I am confident that you, dear readers, will spread the word, that my career will blossom due to a groundswell of support.

I don't mean to get all "If-you-don't-clap-Tinkerbell-will-die" on you, but, if you like my work, now is definitely a good time to send out an e-mail to all your like-minded friends letting them know to buy the book. And, if anyone knows any media people in San Francisco, let me know, as I've got a reading June 19th at Books, Inc.

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4 comments:

therese said...

No Worries! Tinkerbell has never died and doesn't show any deterioration at all.

You are not a "one-book-wonder" now. You're a diverse/career storyteller with a fan base, sales history and "Fantastic Narrative Chops". That's not news.

If you break a leg during one of your performances, that would be news.

Jamie said...

I'm just finishing up Attack and am loving it. I'm telling everyone in Seattle and Portland that I know. Even sent my writer friend to pick up your books at your reading in Eugene. Maybe you saw him...

Marc Acito said...

He was there. Stefin, right? We had a nice talk. Thanks for spreading the Gospel.

patsypalooza said...

there's only one way to get to mississippi studios: practice, practice, practice!! bwahahahahahahahahahaha

sorry.