Thanks entirely to Rachel, for all you iPad, iPhone and iPod touch users, Twelve Simple Songs is now available as an iBook! I’ve only seen PDF versions of it, since I don’t own any iGadgets, but I’m told there are clickable audio players with my readings on each double-page spread, and the videopoem by Swoon with readings by Nic S. is included at the end.
Like the other versions, it’s free. But it did cost Rachel a certain amount of aggravation, including many hours of work, frustration at poor support docs, and a spilled beverage on her keyboard and adjacent electronic devices. So if you can, please check it out and give it a rating. Thanks.
UPDATE: Rachel has blogged about the making of the iBook.
4 Replies to “Twelve Simple Songs now also available as an iBook”
I wish to make it clear that it was a beverage entirely free of alcohol. Maybe that was where I went wrong.
Soft drinks are a killer.
Very very sticky for sure. And not good for keyboards or mice. I should always remember the cleansing properties of alcohol when choosing my beverages in future.
Thanks you two! Hear hear for the cleansing properties of alcohol.