Post-Launch Update (5/11/15)

Hello Everyone!

I hope this week, or whenever you end up reading this, treats you well. The release and reading was phenomenal. Being on stage and reading to such a large group of lovely people was exhilarating, and the response I got from them was greater than anything I imagined I would receive. I’m sure that I’ll be writing about this in the future. I feel like I signed a lot of books, and I believe I made more people laugh than I have my entire life. Although somewhat redundant, Friday night was fantastic and one that I will never forget. My drive to write is stronger than ever.

What’s next?

I have a few projects I’m going to work on. One of those is a zine for rejected pieces from University of Baltimore related writers called, Reject. We’re still working on that, but I will update when that is going to happen. I’m also planning on helping out the Plork Press, on a University of Baltimore student/alumni/faculty/staff anthology of flash pieces based off the beloved poem that everyone in the program is taught, Wallace Steven’s, Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.

I’m hoping to also have some readings in the future to help promote me, my book, and the art as a whole. If you would like me to read somewhere, please feel free to contact me.

One thing that is happening, is I am taking a small vacation. I’m leaving for a week to recoup as the writing of my book has been exhausting, but in the best way possible. Once I’m back, I plan on diving in with both feet, so to speak.

What about book orders?

I’m still accepting them. They’re at full price now, but you’re assured a book as long as I have them. Once I run out, I’ll take the link away. Click on the image to purchase a copy:

Hollaway cover only

In Conclusion, ect.

I’m so happy to be doing what I’m doing, and to be able to share it with so many amazing people. I look forward to what’s next.

All the best,

Nathan

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