The launch of Volume 59 on Sunday, March 30 at the Princeton Public Library was a huge success. Nearly a 100 people raised the roof for a few hours with good food, good cheer and good poetry.
Click here to read Linda Arntzenius’ article in the Town Topics.
All the contributor’s copies and other orders have been mailed. Last year we sent some by media mail and they must have ended up in a USPS pit somewhere because they never arrived. This year everything went first class, so keep an eye out for your package. Let us know if you haven’t gotten yours yet.
Plenty of books are still available. Check out the ORDER page for instructions, or wait for the book(s) to arrive. There is an order form tucked inside.
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