Summer: more than just hot air!

Cloud forest in El Cielo biosphere preserve in southern Tamaulipas, Mexico, can actually be quite chilly even in summer. 2003 photo by Robert Stikmanz.

Most important this month is the fundraising sale of  a 5.5″ x 8.5″ print of the Dzadefve oa Charls’m (The Song of Worlds) cover art. Your purchase makes this otherwise impossible book possible. A beautiful, collectible print, each copy is signed by Robert Stikmanz. Costs of producing the print have not yet been recovered, so it’s a fund-eater rather than fundraiser at the moment. Help it into the black and underwrite Dvarsh poetry HERE.

The July Stikmantica newsletter actually hit inboxes around mid-month this time around. If you are not yet a subscriber and want to check it out, read it HERE.

This month has brought two new Musings columns from Robert Stikmanz so far, and it looks like there will be another before August rolls in. A post from the 17th shares Robert’s personal vent about a certain empty label. Read it HERE. One from the 22nd adds weight of words to the fundraising appeal noted at the top of this update. Read it HERE. Access the whole range of columns, including new ones as they appear, from the Musings front page HERE.

As always, buying books supports the entire Stikmantica enterprise. Stikmantica titles can be ordered through any book retailer, online or on a corner, but our Bookshop affiliate store cuts a larger slice of pie than any other. Always hot and always ready, find it HERE.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.