I’ll be reading from Everything I Own
January 21, at 4 p.m., at Bryan Prince Booksellers, 1060 King St. W. Hamilton. Telephone 905-528-4508 to reserve your copy!
February 11, at 2 p.m. at Paragraphe Bookstore, 2220 McGill College Avenue (corner of Sherbrooke Street) in Montreal. Telephone 514 845 5811 to reserve your copy!
The reading originally scheduled for Saturday, December 10, between 2 and 4 p.m. at Barnes and Noble near the Ingleside Mall has been moved to:
Holyoke Public Library, 335 Maple St., between Cabot and Essex streets in downtown Holyoke.
This is almost a historic event: This will be the last reading given in the library auditorium before the library is closed for renovations. The newly redone library will be celebrating its 110th anniversary next year.
See you on Saturday!
Comments by folks who’ve read Everything I Own can be viewed on this website under Books/Everything I Own/Comments
Here’s an unedited version of my interview with Hugh Reilly on Liquid Lunch, an Internet program on Thatchannel.com
You can toggle the little thingamabob at the bottom of the TV image to around the 1:02 mark for the beginning of the interview. Unless of course you’d like to hear about traditional Chinese medicine for a while!
Here’s the book trailer with information at the end on how to actually buy it!
Everything I Own book trailer
What a great way to start the week. Open Book Toronto has selected the book trailer for Everything I Own as its video of the week…
Everything I Own is available for pre-0rders online, from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and I’m sure a host of others because I found it available from Flipkart for 768 rupees! Books are incredibly inexpensive in India — to be able to reach as many people as possible. Though 768 rupees would probably take the masses about 30 days to have the cash saved to buy it. Flipkart says people who have bought my book (which is a little impossible as of this writing) “also bought these titles”. The list includes titles by some Joe Beauchemin, my many-times-removed cousin Yves (Le Matou; Charles the Bold) and a book about cancer by Nicole Beauchemin. Amusing, interesting company…
bijou for website4
In this audio excerpt, from Chapter 1 of Everything I Own, I introduce the idea of the inseparability of Beaupré’s music and the band’s Québec separatist politics.