I have just been informed that my books are now available through the iBookstore, for downloading to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (none of which I own, so you’ll have to let me know how it looks). I’ll put up a button over on the sidebar, but for right now, you can follow this link.

Please share the link with anyone you think might be interested, or any you think might be really annoyed and have recently pissed you off.


  1. latsot says

    You should do a audiobook version. I bet you could persuade some famous figures from the skeptical community to do some readings. It would make a great charity book.I'll do a reading myself if you're hell-bent on harming sales and imagine that anyone will understand my North-East English accent ;)

  2. entropy says

    That is an interesting idea, latsot. And I'm sure The Cuttlefish could find the right poem(s) to be read in a North-East English accent. :D

  3. says

    That's a brilliant idea, latsot, if it might work. It would all depend on the interest of big enough names. I know I'm not a big enough name on my own, and the trick is whether I am enough of a draw to get some big names. I'll see what I can do, and what favors I might have out.

  4. latsot says

    I have some experience in digging up support for odd and wayward projects, although not in the publishing industry. So my advice is not worth very much. But I'd be really surprised if you couldn't get some big names to chip in. I can think of a dozen people off the top of my head who'd likely be glad to read one of your poems. I don't know how you'd go from garnering some interest to actually recording, but there are sympathetic people who do. For example, Ariane Sherine who put together The Atheist's Guide to Christmas, available on audiobook. I bet you could persuade her to record a poem too. I'm sure you know more about this kind of stuff than I do. I'd definitely buy the book though.

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