Is all set. Here’s the post from Drawn & Quarterly. More cities/dates will be announced soonish. And away we go!
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With special thanks to Jason Camlot for the music, and editing work by Aras Bukauskis. So there is the Slideshare version and now there’s this. Oh publicity! And there’s this. Same thing. On Vimeo. BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO BE EVERYWHERE! Waiting for the Man from Arjun Basu on Vimeo.
No. That’s not a new hip band from Brooklyn. They talked about Waiting for the Man on CBC Ottawa’s All in a Day show. Saying some amazingly nice things. And one giant whopper: I DO NOT have 1,000,000 followers on Twitter. Not even close. Here’s the show. I’m the first book (lasts a little under […]
Because, yes, in a novel kind of named after a song, each chapter is also, um, named after a song. And I made a playlist. Note that you will not discern meaning out of this playlist, or discover hidden messages in the juxtaposition of songs and/or styles. No. I chose these songs because the titles […]
More to come. I will use a version of this as a PowerPoint presentation at some book launches. I will have a “movie” version with music and voice-over up on YouTube in a few weeks. But for now, there’s this. Enjoy.
You can preorder Waiting for the Man at these online retailers (amongst others): Canada: Amazon (including Kindle): Waiting for the Man Chapters Indigo US: Amazon (including Kindle) Barnes & Noble Powell’s Indiebound Kobo UK: Amazon Book Depository Waterstones Foyles Australia: Booktopia The book will be available every where and I will keep adding links as […]
…of Waiting for the Man. At all regular Amazon outlets. US Canada UK Australia Germany You get the idea. More e-versions as they become available. Also, if you purchase the print version of the book, wherever you happen to be, you can receive an e-version of the book for free. (The print book can be […]
And on and on we go. The front flap is thus. An excerpt and a quick summary. The back flap is the standard author photo and bio. The back cover is blurbville. And then, you know, the spine, etc. This thing is almost done. The product. It’s going to go to a factory and become […]
The National Post’s Afterword page, one of Canada’s most dependably consistently great book pages, made a list (sigh) of the “25 most anticipated (Canadian) books of 2014.” Waiting for the Man is not on the list. But it was still mentioned. I’ll take it. As one person on Twitter wrote to me, I should compare […]
So I made Paste’s Best Twitter Accounts list. That’s three years running. I’m beginning to think I owe them money or something. Yes, I know, I said something about year end lists previously. But there’s something about the Paste list that is very edifying. Always has been. Look who else is on it! Um clears […]