If you haven't bought a copy of Sorry for Snake yet, you should do so. What are you waiting for? There aren't many left. At the reading last Saturday, we almost sold out. Now there are only a few left for internet purchases and there are two or three left at Pegasus Downtown.
We have not sold any in Chicago for some reason. That bothers me because we have friends in Chicago. We also have a poet from Chicago in the journal. What's the deal, Chicago? New York bought some Sorry for Snake. Will Chicago let itself be outdone by New York? Does Chicago support its poets less than New York? Doesn't Chicago know that we want it to be a part of the national community of poets? Does Chicago want us to leave it alone to rot by itself? Oh, Chicago.
I think the Sinatra song about Chicago is better than his song about New York.