Get Your Signed Copies of HTBS Books

20161127_12053828 November 2016

It is time for a new book signing for HTBS poet Philip Kuepper on Saturday, 3 December. This time he is joined by HTBS editor Göran R Buckhorn:

HTBS poet Philip Kuepper has done a few successful book signings of his A Sea To Row By – Poems. And now it is time for another one, at Mystic Seaport Bookstore, the largest Maritime book shop in America, on Saturday, 3 December, between 2 and 5 p.m.

Joining Philip is Göran R Buckhorn, who will sign copies of his A Yank at Cambridge – B. H. Howell: The Forgotten Champion, about Benjamin Hunting Howell, of New York, who came to study at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, in 1894 and became a successful oarsman in England between 1895 and 1900. Howell took the Diamond Challenge Sculls at Henley Royal Regatta in 1898 and 1899, and the same years also the prestigious Wingfield Sculls.

To learn more about Philip and his poetry read a HTBS interview with the poet from May here. To read Chris Dodd’s review of Göran’s book, see here.

If you are interested in obtaining signed copies of Philip’s and/or Göran’s books, please contact Mystic Seaport Bookstore at 860.572.5386 or e-mail: MSMBookstore @eventnetwork – Mystic Seaport Bookstore ships books all over the world!

For those of you living in Great Britain and Europe, Richard Way Book Shop in Henley-on-Thames might still have copies available of these books. Please call (44) 0.1491.576663 to check. If you are calling from outside Great Britain, please dial the number without the initial zero.

Of course, A Sea To Row By – Poems and A Yank at Cambridge – B. H. Howell: The Forgotten Champion are also available on Amazon, in USA, here, and in the UK, here.

We cannot think of better Christmas gifts for you and your rowing friends!

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