My memoir of Occupy Wall Street’s first incarnation, a labor of love and much coffee, is now on sale in the Amazon kindle store. A softcover edition will hopefully be out by the end of the month. Check it out here: http://www.amazon.com/Every-Messages-Somebody-Thinks-ebook/dp/B007R0NNFK/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1333467120&sr=1-1
Greg Mitchell at The Nation gave me a shout out on the OWS blog, and I should be going on WBAI sometime soon to promote it. I also am going to get it out to a couple other online stores (the Ibook store and the Nook store I’m working on currently), so enjoy!
One regret I had about putting it on the Amazon store is that their ridiculous formatting guidelines forced me to forego the illustrations I had made for it. They will be in the softcover, but for anyone who bought it on kindle, here they are:
In related news, my first film is up on youtube now:
A video portrait of me, done for a student project by my sister, a good companion piece to Acquaintances, is here: