Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Poetry Summer Sale!

& now for a word from our sponsors! 

You can get any one, two or three of my poetry books currently on sale at lulu.com for 20% off anytime from now until July 31.  Simply enter the coupon code code SANTA305 when you check out (see the details below.)*

The three books in question are The Spring Ghazals, poems written between May 2008 & February 2010, The Days of Wine & Roses, poems written during my days in San Francisco 1990-1996 (I actually lived there a bit longer but….long story), & finally, Nightingales in a Stateside Zoo, poems from my MFA days at the University of Virginia, 1984-1989.  Each book is currently listed for $8.00, which by my math means $7.20 when you take 20% off.  If you really can’t swing $7.20, you can get each book in pdf form for free. 

The San Francisco poems are currently being posted at the rate of one per week (Sundays) on my blog, The Days of Wine & Roses.  Once I’ve posted that complete manuscript, I’ll probably begin a dedicated blog for The Spring Ghazals, tho you can read a number of those poems here on Robert Frost’s Banjo (just not in any very organized fashion, tho you can search the ghazals & Helix poems labels to find some of them).

Thanks everybody for your support!  We now return to our regularly scheduled programming….

* All the legal verbiage from lulu.com     

Use coupon code SANTA305 at checkout and receive 20% off your order. Maximum savings with this comically early holiday promotion is $50. You can only use the code once per account, and you can't use this coupon in combination with other coupon codes. Sorry, but eBook purchases aren’t eligible. This great offer ends when Santa gets back from his vacation - on July 31, 2010 so don’t miss out! While very unlikely we do reserve the right to change or revoke this offer at anytime, and of course we cannot offer this coupon where it is against the law to do so.
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