We always love to hear from you no matter where you are. Do send us a hello, news of your day, anything you’ve made. We will publish your work here. This is a space to share with friends across the globe. What you send in does not need to reference Brautigan directly, either. Get in touch!

Contact us on vera@brautiganbookclub.co.uk


3 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Hi

    Thought you might like to know that the first book-length, English-language study of Brautigan’s work for many years has just been published. It’s called Landscapes of Language, written by myself, and seeks to widen and deepen appreciation of RB’s importance as an innovator.

    It’s published by Humanties eBooks, available in print from lulu.com, in a Kindle version from Amazon, and as a pdf file from the publishers’ web site.


    John Tanner
    Bangor University

  2. To Whom It May Concern

    I believed that my manuscript: “Seasons of an Unknown Artist” (August 1991) had been lost along with the Brautigan Library. Now I find all these years later the Brautigan Library Collection has moved to Vancouver, Washington. Question: is my manuscript still intact? I saw it in the Library’s Meaning of Life Section. Do you keep in touch with contributing authors? Now, after having written for years, mostly non-fiction, I would definitely revise my original manuscript to something else, or at least make it much better for the purpose of publication.
    Really, I am so surprised you have my manuscript in your collection. It will be wonderful to hear from you!
    Here is my email again:
    Have a great week!
    Sincerely Yours,

    J. P. Linstroth, D.Phil.

  3. Dear Vera et al, Greetings from darkest Mid-Wales from a huge Brautigan fan. Your contact email address is not working. I have all September off prior to running a bookshop in Hay on Wye and plan to go travelling, perhaps on a Brautigan pilgrimage. Do you know of anyone doing such a foolhardy thing? Please do get in touch with any suggestions. I am an ex-librarian so the Brautigan Library is an obvious first choice…

    Perhaps Brautigan Book Club would like to come to Hay and do something in bookshop or at Hay Festival similar to Dinefwr Festival a few years back.
    Anyway, greetings from the banks of the River Wye on this glorious summer’s day. I do hope the Brautigan Book Club is still in rude health.
    Matt Rose

    Booth Books – Richard Booth’s Bookshop

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s