Pat Jobe’s Take

Pat Jobe is a Unitarian minister down in Greenville, SC.  He frequently does an ecumenical service with Gary Phillips at the Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival of Music and Dance.  It’s one of my favorite parts of the festival.  He’s a fan of Small Stories, and he hosted a discussion in Greenville.  I missed it.  I was in Washington State at Mother Earth News.  Here is what Pat wrote:

“The definition of notoriety is to dominate a conversation and not be in the room.  You had to have had a slight sense of that today. We sold or gave away 50 books today!! I’m shilling for the book on July 6 in Hendersonville. Life is good. We had a blast. Thank you so for the hours and days and sweat and tears you put into this book. You are a bright and shining star.”

Here’s a video from the event.

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