Well. Of course when "Journey into Madness" appeared in the Delaware Valley News, readers could literally turn to the article about my book, 'The Custom Neon Sign Shop' as directed. And I had every expectation that when I posted 'Madness' on the web I would be able to link to the article, which was certain to be posted on the paper's website, but as it happened, the DVN did not (ahem!) choose to archive it. If they had, you would have learned that 'The Custom Neon Sign Shop' is my new (as of August 2004) collection of linked short stories set in Little Italy and the East Village circa 1981, that the stories are uproariously funny (at least according to the author), and that you could obtain signed copies at the office of the Delaware Valley News in Frenchtown, NJ. Those who do not live in the Frenchtown area can order by mail by following the instructions below-- we hope to have Internet ordering available shortly. And they did NOT print the photo of me standing on my head.
THE CUSTOM NEON SIGN SHOP
Illustrations and cover by Paul Proch
10 stories featuring Mulberry Street Joey Clams.
100 pages. Spiffy plastic binding just like a PTA recipe book.
"If P.G. Wodehouse had written the screenplay of Mean Streets, the result might have been like this..."
$7 post paid
BONE WORLD PUBLISHING
3700 COUNTY RT 24
RUSSELL NY 13684
make checks payable to John Berbrich
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