Vonnegut Essay Up on So It Goes Site — A Lagniappe of Sorts
Well, it’s actually been on the SO IT GOES website for more than a week now, as announced in my posting for March 2, along with “a biography of Kurt Vonnegut, essays by several of the authors appearing in the anthology, author portraits . . . and an opportunity to pre-order it.” But now my entry on the essay page, “Vonnegut and the Absurd.” has been featured on Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing’s Facebook page as well. And so, as a sort of phony lagniappe (that is, in that you could have gotten to it anyway via earlier posts), for those who would like to read the essay it can be reached by pressing here.
Also, for those who have read it already, a fifth essay has been added to the site, by K. A. Laity, along with two contests for those who want to try to win free copies of SO IT GOES, plus the continuing pre-order information for the less lucky. The anthology itself is scheduled to be published at the end of March.