Haven’t been posting much lately for a couple of reasons.
First and foremost, I’ve been working on the final galleys for the 501 book. Almost done with that and then I have to create the index, which should be interesting. I’ve also been researching a stand-alone web-presence for the book, which is proving a bit frustrating. On my budget ($0), I have to rely on the kindness of
strangers free providers and can’t quite zero in on the perfect “theme.”
Second, we’ve been without our computer since last Thursday, so I’m playing catch-as-catch-can. This has also created a backlog in my podcasting. The next offering will carry a Mets vibe with individual conversations with David Ferry, author of Total Mets: The Definitive Encyclopedia of the New York Mets’ First Half-Century, and Greg Prince, one of the fine fellows behind Faith and Fear in Flushing (motto: “the blog for Mets fans who like to read”) and author of The Happiest Recap: First Base (1962-1973): 50 Years of the New York Mets As Told in 500 Amazin’ Wins (Volume 1), a four-volume series about the 500 best Mets games. The first installment, which was recently released, covers the period from 1962-73. Prince will have a launch party at Foley’s Pub, 18 West 33rd St. in Manhattan on Saturday, Dec. 15, [Updated Time] from Noon to 2 p.m.