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kay:
Dear me,

Time for you to come back.

I left a key with the guard at the pier.

I'm waiting.

Patiently,
You
kay:
Waiting with the ghosts.
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kay:
If I were independently wealthy I would fly you there to photograph it for a full year.

But I'm frivolous like that.
kay:
Me too.

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WINTER TOUR w/ Unwed Sailor & Native Lights. If you feel like it, come out and have drinks with us.

(will be reading from my new book on select dates)

11/28 - Tulsa, OK @ The Eclipse
11/29 - Denton, TX @ Dan's Silverleaf
11/30 - Austin TX @ The Mohawk
12/1 - San Antonio, TX @ The Ten Eleven
12/2 - Houston, TX @ Super Happy Fun Land
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d:
Pgh misses the boat
on alot of cool
shit.
Although,
my reclusivesness
tends to
lend itself
to missing
shit
in general.
Hope it went well.
-D
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lillithvain:
Very cool
trilby:
Copy of your book arrived yesterday, looking forward to reading it on my commute to and from work
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It's been a hectic couple of months, but my new book is available right now. It hits Amazon hopefully next week. Until then it's purchasable here:

Patient, Folded Hands Publishing

On a similar note, this is my second book. But, it's also the first from a brand new Portland-based publishing company called Patient, Folded Hands, created by me as an imprint of...
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s_eldorado:
Congratulations - looks fantastic!
trilby:
Love the front cover, what's the book about....congratulations by the way smile
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kay:
Hard to say. I'm waiting to find out. Always bloody waiting.
kay:
Miss you Sailor.
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kmk:
your work is gorgeous. thank you for the add. i look forward in stopping in often to see your latest work. best to you.
kay:
Missing you.

And the bar.
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tie:
beautiful.
kay:
It seems like odds are against my reading your book.

In the deluge in the basement, your book was destroyed.

The octopus cried.

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At one point the groaning from one of the rooms was so sufficient at claiming my curiosity that it took just a steady and very quiet alarm of inquiry to the old guard at the base of the room, which sent him flying downstairs to the lobby in search of a telephone to put in a call to the homestead to find out for sure...
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kay:
You never fail to amaze me with your ability to make me visualize things.

~cheers
d:
Birth = most spiritual thing EVER.
Not religious or god anything..
but new/untainted and just
freaking
cool.
I saw my niece's birth...
put on gloves
and
played with my niece's placenta.
Just crazily emotional and
like a smack upside the head.
Look...
there's a little fucking new person
and the humanesque bag thing they lived in.
The possibilities are endless.
-D
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kay:
Always,

K