Hey pals —

The Wall Street Journal just ran this quite lovely story about my new book "The Signature of All Things" — which they very nicely call: "The most ambitious and purely imaginative work in her 20-year career". (The "her" in this case being "me". The 20 years, in this case, being something I do not care to consider — has it really been that long????)

Thought you might enjoy it, anyhow, plus a video, as well:


(I like it when the dude in the video is like, "Moss, huh…?" That's right, dude: MOSS!)

And if you want to pre-order this ambitious and purely imaginative book written by a grizzled writerly veteran, you may do so right here:



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