Unsuitable blog and HappenStance news
I dreamed about chocolate poems on Friday night.
Obviously this is because of assembling poems on that very theme, something on my mind just now. I eat chocolate too, of course, most days. I don't just dream about it. We're very hands-on, here at HappenStance.
I'm pleased to say Chapter Six went out to subscribers last week and, as a result, so many orders came back in that I've spent the last two days putting things in envelopes.
I am out of stock of Gerry Cambridge's book but more will arrive imminently. Also being out of stock is great news.
The other happy effect of the sending out of Chapter Six, with its reminder about the chocolate anthology, was a small influx of choc-lit. I have some lovely things and the publication is shaping up nicely.
One or two people have mentioned spreading the word about the search for chocolate poems. The word doesn't need to be spread. This opportunity, both milk and dark, is only for subscribers. But if you're reading this and you're not one, you could be. . . .
I am currently starting work on three new pamphlets. These are by Niall Campbell, Richie McCaffery and Theresa Munoz, all of whom are reading at a showcase event as part of StAnza in March. Watch this space.