Cabin 135, A Memoir of Alaska was published last month (December 2020) by University of Alaska Press as part of the Alaska Literary Series. Since then, I have been checking with friends who pre-ordered copies from various outlets. My friends report that they have purchased copies of Cabin 135 from Fireside Books in Palmer, Alaska, Roundabout Books in Bend, Oregon, and through the University of Chicago website. I heard today that Title Wave Books in Anchorage, Alaska has Cabin 135 in stock and Pearl Street Bookstore in Ellensburg, Washington has ordered some.
Amazon and Barnes & Noble currently only show e-book editions of Cabin 135 on their websites but please be assured that Cabin 135 is in print and can be purchased now through independent booksellers or the University of Chicago Press website.
Note: if you’re looking for Cabin 135 outside the U.S., you might check the list of international bookstores that carry University of Chicago Press titles or order directly from the University of Chicago Press website.
Please, support your nearest independent bookseller.
Foreword Reviews has posted a review of Cabin 135:
“Cabin 135 is Katie Eberhart’s contemplative account of several decades in Alaska, through which she both reflects on the past and on environmental changes that could impact the future….” (Read more at Foreword Reviews.)
The publishing date for Cabin 135, A Memoir of Alaska is set for December 15, 2020. Pre-ordering is available through most independent bookstores as well as Internet-based booksellers. (More info.)
My book Cabin 135, A Memoir of Alaska is now available for pre-order through many (or most) book stores, including independent and neighborhood booksellers and large Internet-based sellers.
Here’s a sampling of pre-order links for Cabin 135:
University of Alaska Press | Fireside Books (Palmer, Alaska) | Roundabout Books (Bend, Oregon) | Powell’s City of Books | University of Chicago Press Books | Amazon
Please, support your nearest independent bookseller.
Matanuska River Overlook
Abandoning Chronology, was posted April 23, 2014 at 49 Writers. In this mini-essay, I explore some effects and possibilities of wind, both real and imagined.
My other blog posts at 49 Writers during April 2014:
1. Deleted Morsels
2. Digressive Travel
3. Common Life
The second and third installments of my April guest blogs have been posted at 49 Writers.
Digressive Travel (4/9/2014) includes musings on travel and metaphors, and will transport you (briefly!) to the MacKenzie River in the Canadian Arctic and the Matanuska River channel in south-central Alaska.
In Common Life (4/16/2014), I consider the question “what triggers ideas for writing?” and traipse across some of my writing terrain, from Tiger Swallowtail butterflies, lilac blooms, and picking tomatoes to moose and icy roads.
Of course, common life is what we notice and experience every day. Or is it?
My first post was Deleted Morsels (4/2/2014). The fourth and last of my guest posts will appear on the 49 Writers’ web site next week, on April 23rd.
Matanuska River [photo: katie eberhart]
During April 2014, I’m the guest blogger on 49 Writers
, an Alaskan web site focussed on writers and writing with links to Alaskan books and other writer-oriented resources.
My first of four weekly posts appeared April 2. Deleted Morsels begins:
“Lately, I’ve realized that my writing landscape is littered with pieces of essays and poems—relics cast aside and yet that I’m unwilling to totally abandon to the trash. Instead I think of these fragments as potentially useful, like the contents of a junk drawer—the screws and picture hooks, batteries, rubber bands, string and tape that might come in handy someday for connections or repairs, or to start a whole new project.
If I were writing a story about this landscape, the water would be the character. Perhaps I’d give the people bit parts, but it would be the water that you’d have to get to know. Big and slippery. Belligerent. . . .”
Please visit 49 Writers to read my entire post, Deleted Morsels.
Unbound: Alaska Poems by Katie Eberhart and published by Uttered Chaos Press can be ordered from the publisher or at Amazon.com and is in available at some independent bookstores, including:
Dudley’s Bookshop Cafe, Bend, Oregon
Parnassus Books, Ketchikan, Alaska
Fireside Books, Palmer, Alaska
In Unbound: Alaska Poems, the poems evoke places and historic moments such as the evidence left behind by former residents of the (Matanuska) Colony house we lived in for twenty-eight years as well as nature and seasons, hot springs, berry picking, root vegetables, ravens, and the magically technological room at the Museum of the North in Fairbanks that is called The Place Where You Go To Listen.
Is Nature Enough? and Still Life With Vegetables, two poems in Unbound: Alaska Poems appeared first, and can be read online, in the Elohi Gadugi Journal.
Other poems have appeared in Cirque Journal, Sand Journal (Berlin), and the Palmer (Alaska) Arts Council’s 2010 Anthology, Voices Between Mountains. Water Tower Tales was the featured poem at the Palmer Arts Council’s annual meeting in 2011.
More about the process of publishing Unbound: Alaska Poems on my Nature & Literature blog: The Long Road to a Poetry Chapbook.