Mark and I are getting ready to embark on 15 hour+ journey to display our goods at the Minneapolis Indie Xpo (MIX). Hasn't aero-flight technology made it possible to get from St. Louis to Minneapolis in a matter of hours, you ask? The answer is: yes, it has, but Grimalkin Press travels in style, via Amtrak. Taking the Amtrak is a good way to double or triple your trip time, spend nearly as much money as you would flying, eat weird, grainy veggie burgers, pay $10 for a BudLight, and sit next to people who want to cut your head off, but Mark and I happen to enjoy these things.
Anyway, the main purpose of this post is not to make you jealous about our train trip, but to announce the release of two new Grimalkin publications: Noah Van Sciver's hilarious memoir, Noah Novella, and Dave O'Shell's funny-sad memorial of his father, Owe Apostrophe. We'll get these up on our Etsy store and into your eager hands ASAP.
See you at MIX!