First off, let me say: I’m having a poster sale. Let’s get rid of these things so I can make more! Firstly, they’re on sale. Secondly, they’re two for one until the end of the month. That’s right, Jeeves, two for one, either through my webstore or Etsy! Buy one and just mention the second one you want in the “Comments” section of the order form (or a separate email) and there you go. I’ll send a confirmation email to make sure I don’t mess up your order. Hell, if anyone’s kind enough to buy a poster AND mention keithrosson.com in their blog or whatever, let’s make it three for one! I really want to make some new posters but can’t justify it until I get rid of these.
The move has been progressing. It’s actually pretty chilly here, which I’ve forgotten about: Portland’s hilariously petulant, grudging summer. Summer here is like a little kid who doesn’t want to go outside – it balks and balks, spits rain and then, finally, it’s here, and then it really doesn’t want to leave.
Anyway, I’ve got most of the Tiger Force Ultra stuff here, still waiting on a box or two of cassettes to get shipped from Wisconsin. We should have the website back up in a few weeks.
There’s a new shirt design for THE 132 in the shirts section. Penned with much respect to Shawn Kerri, she of the Circle Jerks mosh dude illustration. New design and illustration material includes stuff for ABOLITIONIST and GUNNER’S DAUGHTER, coming out on 1859 RECORDS and DEATH TO FALSE HOPE RECORDS, respectively. Things are reasonably slow in the design department while I tackle my novel, so now’s a good time if you need any work done.
Lastly, I’ve been reading some pretty amazing books lately, so I thought I’d make this a regular feature, a little recommended list. Here’s a few:
ZONE ONE by Colson Whitehead (A literary zombie novel? Sign me up.)
GOD BLESS AMERICA by Steve Almond (A short story collection that, once I made it past the frivolity of the first story, was precise and touching, really well done.)
As always, thanks for looking this over. Feel free to get in touch.
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