Great news! For those of you who live overseas and are interested in buying a copy of The Deep End of the Sky but don’t want to pay high shipping costs, you now have another option. The book is now available at http://www.bookdepository.com for $12.85 with free delivery worldwide.
Did I mention the Book Depository is offering free delivery worldwide? You have no excuse to not buy a copy. Buy it. Then let me know how much you enjoyed it so I can tell you I told you so.
You can thank Rick Black at Turtle Light Press for making this happen.
The Deep End of the Sky has been selling well at Korner Grocery, and just yesterday I received another big box of copies in the mail. So if you’ve been thinking about ordering a copy from me now is a good time.
The Deep End of the Sky has received its first review on Amazon, and it’s been rated five stars! Reviews and feedback on the book have been very positive. Much appreciated!
Today’s edition of the Capital Journal has a wonderfully written article titled “Special of the day: Haiku, served piping hot” about the release of The Deep End of the Sky. Lance Nixon, the story’s author and the editor of Pierre’s newspaper, has written another excellent article about my book. You may remember the Dakota Life feature he wrote about my haiku writing last fall. Grateful thanks to Lance and the Capital Journal for the coverage!
The first review of The Deep End of the Sky has just been published in cattails, the journal of the United Haiku and Tanka Society. Many thanks to an’ya for reading and reviewing the book. Check it out here.
Another haiku from my new collection The Deep End of the Sky is the feature haiku today on Charlotte Digregorio’s Writer’s Blog:
wind in the tall grass . . .
an old blue car
almost in motion
by Chad Lee Robinson, Author of The Deep End of the Sky
Click the link above to check it out plus other great haiku by other haiku poets. Thanks, Charlotte!
I want to share some feedback I’ve received about The Deep End of the Sky, published last month by Turtle Light Press. I’ll share more comments as they come in.
Elizabeth Wells: “Thoroughly enjoyed “The Deep End of the Sky.” Gives one an intimate connection to the unfortunate vanishing of our prairies and family farms.”
Alan Summers: “Still keep pinching myself over this collection…probably the best I’ve seen in years, and I’ve read some outstanding ones.”
Robert Epstein: “Chad Lee Robinson’s poetry reflects the best that contemporary nature haiku has to offer.”
Thank you all for the positive feedback!
New issues of A Hundred Gourds and The Heron’s Nest are online today. I have three new haiku published in A Hundred Gourds and two new haiku published in The Heron’s Nest. Check’m out!