An Evening with Peter Sotos at Atomic Books – Saturday, April 13

Peter Sotos

Yeah, this is happening.

Peter and I did this thing a few weeks back at Quimby's in Chicago, and by most accounts it went well enough. So we're doing it again — this time at the great Atomic Books in Baltimore (the same venue that graciously hosted Nine-Banded author, Mikita Brottman, upon the release of her fine book, Thirteen Girls, which you should read).

The present occasion is the concurrent release of two books by Peter — Tool. and Mine. I will introduce Peter and, if we are to follow the Quimby's template, I may also have a few semi-coherent remarks concerning the curatorial role of independent publishers — and Nine-Banded Books specifically — in promoting controversial and overlooked literature during these precious latter days of the post-Gutenberg era. Peter will talk about his work and show a short film, and he will of course be available to sign books that you can mark up and sell on eBay when the rent is due.

Anything else to note? Only that Mikita is expected to be there, along with Kevin Slaughter ("The Chip Kidd of underground book design®" who also runs the always interesting publishing venture, Underworld Amusements). Oh, and I'm to understand that "adult  beverages" (we're all adults here, yes?) will be on offer, compliments of the house.

Anyway, the festivities are scheduled to begin at around 7pm on Saturday, April 13. Here's the Atomic Books Facebook page for the event. And here's the announcement on their website. Please do try to come if you're in the neighborhood and have some idea of what you're signing on for.

Memento mori.


Mikita Brottman Appearing at Atomic Books – Saturday, September 1

13 Girls/Zombie

Mikita Brottman will be appearing at Atomic Books in Baltimore on Saturday, September 1, 2012, to discuss and sign copies of Thirteen Girls, which was just released by Nine-Banded Books. She will share the spotlight with J.R. Angelella, author of Zombie: A Novel. I'll be there, too. The event kicks off at 7pm. If you're in the neighborhood please try to attend.

The Facebook page for the event is here.

The Atomic Books calendar is here.

My interview with Mikita Brottman is here.

A promo-sheet for Thirteen Girls may be downloaded here.

Copies of Thirteen Girls are currently available from Amazon, Quimby's Bookstore, Atomic Books, or directly from the publisher.

And here is the homepage of J.R. Angelella.

 Memento mori.