PUBLICITY HO SEEKS ATTENTION
I kid, of course. But Acito's new book -- Attack of the Theater People -- is coming out in minutes, and he's created a video to promote it.
I should totally try doing something like this for my next book. Except probably without the roller skates...
And the singing...
And the dancing...
I know my limits.
By the way, Marc will be reading from Attack of the Theater People on Monday, May 12 at the Barnes & Noble at West 82nd Street and Broadway in Manhattan. I'll see you there, right?
And let me add that I will be at the May 12 reading despite the fact that I will have flown home that afternoon from New Orleans, where I'll be attending the 2008 Saints & Sinners Literary Festival. It should be a lot of fun, and I'm looking forward to seeing people like Greg Herren, Rich Merritt, and 50% t0 67% of Timothy James Beck, depending on the title, aka Becks and Teej. I'll see you there, right?
And speaking of Timothy James Beck and parts thereof, the new edition of Gay Lifestyle Monthy has an interview with our favorite literary foursome.
I have no 'I'll see you there' tie-in, but their most recent novel is When You Don't See Me, so the theme lives. Sort of.
[VERY LAME SEGUE!]
And speaking of things that come in multiples, remember that Friend of FARB Andrew W. M. Beierle will be reading from his Lambda Literary Award-nominated conjoined twins novel First Person Plural -- hey, I said the segue was lame -- in Manhattan at KGBBar's Drunken! Careening! Writers! on Thursday, April 17. I'll see you there, right?
[NOT EVEN TRYING TO SEGUE ANYMORE!]