Last weekend I dropped off a ton of PGP wares at Normals, Baltimore’s cool, smart used bookshop run by Rupert Wondolowski. (Here is the blog for Shattered Wig, Rupert’s long-running lit journal.) When I stopped into the store on Friday, Rupert told me the books had actually been selling, which, like, awesome. He said, “Who says bookstores are dying.” Hey! People actually buy these things in stores?
Stores are like “the other Internet,” the one you walk around in. Here’s a picture:
And here’s one of books by Justin, Chris and Edward: