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Apr 18 2014

“Some people need help leaving closets, she posits”: Digital Cuttlefish’s Verse About “Coming Out Atheist”!

Some godless are “out” very loudly and proudly,
Some stay in the closet for decades or more–
The former will find Greta’s writing exciting;
The latter, of course, are the folks that it’s for…

Okay, I am ridiculously excited about this.

digital cuttlefish iconWhen The Digital Cuttlefish — poet laureate of the atheist blogosphere — got a review copy of Coming Out Atheist: How to Do It, How to Help Each Other, and Why, he offered to review it in verse… and asked me if there were any verse forms I was particularly fond of. Being a smart-aleck, I said that I was fond of sestinas and villanelles — but that a limerick or a song parody would also make me entirely happy.

Well, he didn’t write a sestina. He apparently is allergic to sestinas. (Understandably so– it’s kind of a ridiculous verse form, and I was only semi-serious in even suggestin git.) So instead, he’s written a review of Coming Out Atheist — in the form of a sepielle.

I am excited about this out of all proportion. Check it out!

Oh, and here is ordering info for the book, in all three formats — print, ebook, and audiobook.

Coming Out Atheist cover 150Ebook edition:

The Kindle edition is available on Amazon. (That’s the link for Amazon US, btw — it’s available in other regions as well.)

The Nook edition is available at Barnes & Noble.

The Smashwords edition is available on Smashwords. Right now, it’s only available on Smashwords in epub format: I’m working to make it available in other formats.

All ebook editions and formats cost just $9.99.

Print edition:

The print edition is now available through Powell’s Books.

The print edition is also available at Amazon. However, be advised (if you haven’t been already) that seriously abusive labor practices have been reported at Amazon warehouses. Please bear that in mind when you’re deciding where to buy my book — or indeed, where to buy anything. (For the records: Powell’s employees are unionized.) Again, that’s the link for Amazon US — it’s available in other regions as well.

The print edition is $17.95 USD. It is being published by Pitchstone Publishing.

Wholesale sales of the print edition:

Bookstores and other retailers can get the book from Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and other standard wholesale distributors. It can also be purchased directly from the publisher, Pitchstone Publishing.

Audiobook edition:

The audiobook version is available on Audible.

The audiobook is also available through Amazon.

The audiobook is also available through iTunes.

And yes, I did the recording for it!

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  1. 1
    Cuttlefish

    Glad you like it!

  2. 2
    Holms

    Next must-have review style: Comradde Physioproffe.

  3. 3
    moarscienceplz

    “godless, facade-less”

    I love it!

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    NateHevens, resident SOOPER-GENIUS... apparently...

    Awesome!

    Also, totally unrelated… I’ve commented often with the intent of subscribing to email updates for your blog, but they never come… :(

    More related: I just started listening to the audiobook. I kinda wonder how Audible/Amazon Whispersync works, and why it isn’t set up for your books. It should be, except I wish it was set up such that while you have the ebook open, you can listen to audiobook and it will highlight the passages being read and then flip the page once the current page is done on the audiobook. How cool would that be?

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