People reading Box Cutters

I have some fantastic friends. By which I also mean readers, but what’s the difference? As far as I’m concerned, anyone who reads my work is my friend!

On Friday, November 15, my chapbook, Box Cutters, began arriving in mailboxes (including mine), and readers/friends began posting photos of my book as it found all its new homes. So I thought that here, with their permission, I would share their photos of the book.

from my friend and Unshod Quills colleague, Wendy Ellis
from poet and my Unshod Quills colleague, Wendy Ellis
from my sister and children’s book author, Sara Snoek Postalwait
from author and WhiskyPaper editor, Leesa Cross-Smith
from poet and literary agent (my agent, in fact), John Sibley Williams
my grad school pal and horror author, Eric S. Grizzle
my grad school pal and horror author, Eric S. Grizzle

(Bonus photos from Eric S. Grizzle! Graveyards and moonrises from a horror writer!)

Have you ordered the book? Take a photo of it and share it with me! I’d love to see where my book is living these days. 🙂

Published by Samuel Snoek-Brown

I write fiction and teach college writing and literature. I'm the author of the story collection There Is No Other Way to Worship Them, the novel Hagridden, and the flash fiction chapbooks Box Cutters and Where There Is Ruin.

4 thoughts on “People reading Box Cutters

      1. The book is here! I don’t do photos – don’t even own a camera to do a ‘selfie’. I asked my agent Paul to do a photo of ‘Boxcutters’ with my books for the web site – I’ll see if he remembered to do so.

      2. Great news! I can’t wait to see it, because I would love to add your photo! I already have a draft of the next round of pix in the system; looking forward to adding yours. 🙂

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