My book, with full release

Almost four years to the day since I shook hands with Zak and Jori on the deal, Project 258: Making Dinner at Fish & Game has been released into the wild. You can buy it directly from the publisher here, and from Amazon here. I’d strongly suggest buying it from your local indie bookstore, however. They need your support. More things:

To mark the release date, Zak and I did an interview on Northeast Public Radio; you can listen to it here.

And, as if all that weren’t enough, the new issue of Fish & Game Quarterly is out. In it, among other offerings, I tell the book’s origin story and attempt to explain how it helped codify my transformation from a painter to a writer/photographer. Or something.

In all seriousness, if you’re even a little bit of a fan of this blog, you will find the book to be an acceptable substitute for the last couple of years of me barely posting here. Honest. It may not have the star power of my first book, but it’s not too shabby for a sophomore effort. (If you have a second, take a look at the comments on that post. Remember comments? Man, them was the days. Maybe I should do a giveaway and see how many a real book garners.) Also, too, it’s not April first so you know the book I’m flogging today is real and available for you to buy right this minute. So go do that. I thank you.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Myrna Offen
    March 15

    Peter,
    This is a wonderful achievement which I will share with the family. I know we have not been personally in touch. I am interested in your personal evolution from being a painter. A very talented painter.
    Much success with the book. I have enjoyed following you recently and have been
    astonished at your passion and dedication and creativity!!!
    Love and hugs to your family.

  2. Carla B.
    March 16

    Maybe you should do a giveaway? Maybe? Let’s see, lesson one, and I quote “I should get a real book deal so you don’t all hate me. If I do, one of you will win a free galley copy of it.” Ahem. Nah, I’ll be buying it anyway.

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