Greetings and salutations!
Next Saturday, April 13th, Hidden Clearing Books, L.L.C. will have a table in the literary marketplace at the 10th Annual CityLit Festival in Baltimore, Maryland. We’re excited to be there this year. We’re especially excited because we will be releasing our first novel, Bugged by Alan Barysh, at this event.
Bugged is the first part in Alan Barysh’s series A Book of Struggles (In The Form Of Fables And Parables For Modern Times). The book introduces readers to radical activist and publisher William Tell as he is confronted by his nemesis, Vincent Seita. Vincent approaches William and blackmails him. Before we get William’s answer, readers are told Vincent’s story as a half-Native American, half-white growing up with racist foster parents and how it shaped his life and military service in the Vietnam War.
Alan is scheduled to appear to greet readers and sign books.
We’ll also have copies of the new poetry book from A. J. Hayes titled 30th Year Poetry. This book compiles the 365 poems written from March 10, 2012 – March 9, 2013 featured on the blog http://30thYearPoetry.Tumblr.com. The book has updated poems and a section of author explanations.
Here’s a full list of books that will be sold by Hidden Clearing Books, L.L.C. at CityLit Festival:
Bugged by Alan Barysh (2013) – $12
30th Year Poetry by A. J. Hayes (2013) – $15
Popular Television by A. Jarrell Hayes (2012) – $10
The Laroarian Conflict by A. Jarrell Hayes (2009) – $6 (50% off regular retail price)
For those unable to attend CityLit Festival, these books, and other titles, are available online at www.HiddenClearingBooks.com.
The 10th Annual CityLit Festival is on April 13, 2013 from 10 am – 5 pm at the Enoch Pratt Library Central Branch, 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD. Admission is free. For more information about the event and a schedule of readings, forums and author appearances, visit www.CityLitProject.org.