Worst Things Have Happened

 

So today I got my alumni magazine– the same magazine I so dorkily wrote and called and basically begged to be included in. It is also the same magazine to whom I mentioned my awesome friend Alina Simone and her amazing new book.

Recently Alina and I were chatting and I said she’d probably get a five page spread in ye old Tufts Alumni mag and I’d get like a “Joselin Linder, co98 would like to announce the publication of her new book.”

“Why?” she asked.

“Because I want it too bad,” I replied.

“You want to be in the Tufts Alumni magazine so badly that it will crush you to not be in there?”

Silence. Eyes welling. Or at least something like that.

Anyway, I was wrong. (Scroll all the way down to the bottom about 2/3rds of the way through “Other Books of Note.” Thanks Tufts Alumni Mag!)

And also right.

But Alina’s book is hilarious and I’m so very very proud of her. Now, I Must Go and Win! :)

Book Launch Success

 

The Book launch goers.

Last night was so much fun.

 

Fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches.

Sloppy Joe sliders

Pop tart and gelato sandwiches.

 

Thank you all for coming out. I am a lucky girl!

Me reading from le book!

BOOK LAUNCH NYC STYLE!

Tonight is the night I will attempt to contact Johann David Wyss through a medium– Madam Constance DeBova– and see what he thinks of this bastardization of his book, The Swiss Family Robinson.

 

Please attend and prepare to eat some fried Peanut Butter and Banana sandwiches.

 

West 3rd Common– West 3rd and Broadway, 6:30-8:30 Manhattan Island.

 

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Joselin Linder has been shipwrecked on the western-most point of Long Island, also known as Brooklyn, since the early part of the Millennium. Since then she has mostly been a writer with some filmmaking on the side. She is pleased to have been stranded all these years with her man, her dog and an unlimited supply of box-o-wine. Johann David Wyss, although dead now for almost two hundred years, once wrote a very popular and well-respected book about survival. A pastor and a scholar, it is unlikely he would find this bastardization of his great work at all amusing – But here’s hopin'!
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