I had a teacher in college who always referred to EAP as "Ed Poe" like they were best friends. I bet Ed Poe would be happy to know that he is in your books.
I saw these on Tor.com and like them very much. Just wanted to let you know.Paul
Of all your poems, this series is my favorite. How I love them.I don't suppose there are high-quality prints available? I would happily kill someone for them. Just so you know.
That would have been smart of me, wouldn't it, EA? I should have made some up for Poe's birthday.I've always been wary of prints. How nice do I make them? How many would I print? What if nobody buys them and I've just wasted a couple hundred dollars?The only print I've really made commercially available is my reading poster:http://www.zazzle.com/book_print-228791530429073809It's print on demand, and I think it makes for a nice poster, but it's hardly a gallery-quality giclée on archival paper or anything. Would you buy poster prints of the Poe pieces if I made them available in my shop, EA? I could do that, soon.Anyway, thanks to all of you for the comments.
As long as they weren't much bigger than the book spreads.I've only got so much wall space.
Surely there are fancier pod options than zazzle? what about lulu?
P.S. I opted for the "Book" t-shirt rather than the poster. It's kinda scratchy, though.
I haven't seen any of lulu's output, though I've generally heard good things. Do they make good-quality prints?I'm pretty happy with the huge "BOOK" poster I have hanging in my studio now, though I think Zazzle's shirts are hit or miss. I've come to the conclusion that line-art and solid-color vectore-style graphics reproduce the best, so I'm sorry you ended up with a shirt with a photographic image. And I'm sorry it itches.
I don't know for sure about their art prints. I'm kind of an ignoramus about art reproduction, so don't rely on my for recommendations.
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