Stephanie Argy & Alec Boehm’s wonderful short film, “Gandhi at the Bat,” adapted from my New Yorker short story, will be appearing at Michael Moore’s Traverse City Fim Festival this Saturday night (July 31st). It’ll be the short subject preceding the showing of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade in a huge outdoor venue. Wish I could be there, but I’ll have to trust Steph and Alec to hold the fort!
The film has had quite a healthy life, and has received a special award for filmmaking excellence from the Baseball Hall of Fame, the Eastman Kodak Award for Best Narrative Short at the IACC Film Festival, and many other awards and prizes. Here’s the film’s website: http://tinyurl.com/2wjsc94
My HWA-nominated novel, Ash Wednesday, has just been released as an ebook and unabridged audiobook (read by *me* — you think this old ham is going to let someone else read his work?) from David Niall Wilson’s Crossroad Press.
Released in 1987 to excellent reviews, it’s one of the few works to have its own entry in “Supernatural Literature of the World: An Encyclopedia.” This edition also contains the final chapter that was edited out of the first edition, so is complete for the first time.
The ebook, priced at $2.99, is available for all e-reader formats — Kindle, Nook, iPad, what have you — here:
The audiobook, nearly 11 hours long, is available as an MP3 download for $12.99 here, so you can listen on your computer, iPhone, iPad, iPod, or anything on which you can play MP3s (and the ebook is included free with the audiobook):
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