Friday, October 13, 2006

Funerary Violins update

Emdashery follows up on Rohan Kriwaczek's book The Incomplete History of the Art of Funerary Violin:
"I'm always curious about new and innovative ways to market a book. What James Frey did stunk big time, but selling a detailed accounting of a fictionalized history on an obscure and dark subject? That at least makes me smile..."
This has all taken us a bit by surprise, so bear with us here...We are rushing the book's release in the US and hope to have it on sale sometime in November (originally we were scheduled for January). And due to the very small initial printing, we are going back to press to meet the sudden demand for the book, so it may be hard to find at first, but we're doing the best we can. With a book this strange, I guess it makes sense that everything that follows will be touched by weirdness...

Previous posts on Funerary Violins can be found here, here, and here.
--John Mark

1 comment:

Patrick Borders said...

John Mark,

Thank you for the links and best of luck handling the "weirdness." It's an enjoyable story to follow.