In honor of the Lola book's birthday, Electric Literature is featuring some excerpts:
I'm watching the baby float toward its bulrushes.
And for you who have written to say how much you already like the new songs by Kevin Salem which are part of the Lola "score", a sort of musical conversation with the book, please know more -- really beautiful ones -- are coming down the pipeline. For the free download of the early songs, go to www.kevinsalem.com/Lola.html.
Meanwhile, an Authority has just implored me to ask people to write firecracker-starred reviews at your neighborhood online bookseller. This, too, apparently, is important.
Thank you for your support. I promise you get a more newsworthy post soon!
Yours in logos,
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