Barry Merry Baloney by John Burroughs now available on Kindle

Except for one I'd like to keep, every copy of my December 2012 chapbook, Barry Merry Baloney, is gone and in good hands.  You may recall that Spare Change Press published this short thematic collection as part of its very limited edition Ten Leaves Poetry Series. I'm extremely grateful to Spare Change guru David B. McCoy for the care and work he put into my book.  He printed a total of 30 copies of BMB, of which I received 25.  I numbered and initialed my 25 prior to distribution.  I don't know what he did with his 5.  I'm always happy when folk are interested in publishing, reading and (even sometimes) buying my work. But I must admit I was a little sad to see this chapbook go out of print so soon.

So, in case there are any more gluttons for my sort of pun-is-meant out there, Crisis Chronicles (with Mr. McCoy's blessing) has just reprinted Barry Merry Baloney in ebook form — our first ever Kindle edition.  It now features added acknowledgments and a cover foto/collage by
Steven B. Smith.  BMB's ten semi-fictions explore the dark side of love, dissembling, lamb chops, death and god sex while pursuing a nearly elusive greater truth.  Click here to download it now.

foto/collage by Smith - title and author name added by JB

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  • 3/4/2013 8:07 AM Christina wrote:
    How come it doesn't show up in titles listed in your Amazon Store front? Or do kindle titles go in a separate place?

    And... congratulations on a second edition of it. Nice to sell out a full run.
    I do love Steve Smith's cover art.. nice that you were able to use it after all.
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    1. 3/4/2013 9:20 PM Jesus Crisis wrote:
      They combine the two editions. If you click on the Barry Merry Baloney chapbook in the storefront, you'll see on the same page a link to the Kindle edition.

      I'm glad I was finally able to use Smith's cover.

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