It’s been some journey, but technically, you can now purchase the book at Alabama Booksmith. I even stopped by last week and signed a few, in the event that someone can’t wait until Monday. By all means, go. Buy. But three. They make great gifts.
It’s no longer mine, it’s yours. And that’s a weird feeling. But I hope you enjoy it and I hope you learn something about the history of my home that you didn’t already know. I’ll throw another #TBT post up on Thursday, but I wanted to share the list of folks that offered me interviews for this book, alphabetically:
John Paul White
I also managed to use material from previous conversations with:
Lee Bains III
I let them tell it themselves, largely.
The first signing is at Alabama Booksmith on June 29 from 4-6 p.m. I’ll be in Florence bookending Handy Fest, on Saturday July 18 at Pegasus and on Friday July 24 at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Those will include conversations and performances. I’ll be in Montgomery on July 10 from 11-2 p.m. at Goat Hill.
I hope y’all come out. Thanks for your support.