On June 30 Co-Op Radio aired a lengthy interview I had with Jay Hamburger about Court of Apples for the program, Arts Rational. If it works, the link is here and you may listen to the interview. Enjoy!
What better reason to read your kids, nephew, nieces, or grandkids a book about a prince who goes to court to help some ants who the King has sued for trespassing on his apple orchard?
If you are in Vancouver, BC, you can currently get the book at Kidsbooks in Kitsilano or Spartacus Books on Commercial Drive. If you are in Canada or the US, contact me by email me at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we can take it from there.
My new book, an illustrated children’s book about the legal system and the environment, with much about apples and ants along the way, is now available for sale. It is currently at Spartacus Books on Commercial Drive and Kidsbooks on West Broadway in Kitsilano. It can also be purchased from me directly, certainly if your are local in Vancouver. Simply query me by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. As my book becomes more widely available in Vancouver stores and/or online I will update this post accordingly.
Eric Volmers wrote a piece about Tough Tiddlywinks in last Saturday’s Calgary Herald, and Caroline Zentner wrote a piece in the Lethbridge Herald. See the “Testimonials and Press” page of this website for the links and interviews.
Tough Tiddlywinks is currently available for purchase in Vancouver at Pulp Fiction on Main Street, at Hager Books in Kerrisdale, the People’s Co-op Bookstore on Commercial Street, Book Warehouse on West Broadway, Dead Write Books on West 10th Avenue in Kerrisdale, 32 Books & Gallery in North Vancouver, and the Langara College bookstore on 49th Avenue.
Tough Tiddlywinks is also available for purchase at Chapters bookstore in Lethbridge, Alberta, and at Pages Books in Calgary.
Hardcover versions are available at some retail outlets and on line.