NOW AVAILABLE

Featuring artwork by Michael James Armstrong, an essay by Ammiel Alcalay, poetry by Carla Badillo Coronado, Micah Ballard, Neeli Cherkovski, Maggie Cleveland, Diane di Prima, Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, Jack Hirschman, Joj Kastra (Georges Castera), John Landry, Marina Lazzara, Nathaniel Mackey, Michael McClure, Benjamin Morris and Barbara Jane Reyes, and fiction by Walker Brents III and Barry Gifford, all wrapped in beautiful letterpress covers printed by Alastair Johnston at Poltroon Press, AMERARCANA 2010 is now in hand and available for purchase at:

Bird & Beckett Books and Records
653 Chenery Street
San Francisco, CA 94131

If you don’t live here in the Bay Area, you can take a flight to SFO, then BART to the Glen Park station, walk two blocks up Diamond and hang a right on Chenery. Alternately, you can send a check to the above address, or call (415) 586-3733 with your credit card information, and we’ll happily put a copy in the mail to you.

How much, you ask?

$15.00 + $1.43 (9.5% sales tax now in San Francisco) = $16.43
(add $2.50 shipping, and we’re asking $18.93 for Californians.)

If you live out of state, you can drop the sales tax, we think, making it a mere $17.50 for non-, un-, and ex-Californians.

If you live over seas or on the other side of that most explicit of national landmarks, drop us a line and we’ll figure something out.

We wish we could charge less, but having eschewed crass advertising, it’s the only way we can afford to put out another review next year, so thanks for your support. We genuinely appreciate it.

Keep your ears peeled for an announcement about a release reading and celebration with as many of the contributors as we can muster some time very soon.

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