Gerry Crinnin’s Haiku to the Chief Launches with Reading at Buffalo’s Founding Father’s Pub

Gerry Crinnin’s latest book of poems, Haiku to the Chief, has been doing quite well since publisher Ghost City Press released the sleek edition on the 4th of July.

Available online and at both Buffalo’s Talking Leaves locations, the book will launch officially with a night of reading and drinking at Founding Fathers Pub, Sunday 28 August at 7pm. Gerry Crinnin will be joined by myself and his son Max, our friends Justin Karcher and Ben Brindise, and other poets, who’ll read before he takes the mic, our hearts, and this nation’s flag in his hands.

The event is free and open to the public, and books will be on sale and available for signing there. You can get yours in advance, though, by ordering online. Click the link.

Haiku in the news:

https://www.chautauquastar.com/jcc-professor-publishes-book/
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Published by Aidan Ryan

I'm a writer, publisher, editor, and branding professional based in Buffalo, New York. I'm a founding partner and managing editor of Foundlings Press. I've written for the Buffalo News, Buffalo Spree, and other newspapers and magazines, including CNN and The Skinny in the UK, mostly about food, drink, travel, and strange people in strange places. I've also published fiction and poetry in journals like Slipstream and Traffic East, and interviews and essays in The White Review, Rain Taxi, and elsewhere.

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