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  1. Hi,
    I don’t know if you’ll get this but I’d really appreciate it if you did. I’m planning on buying your book I Wrote This for You, but I’m confused on the difference between it and I Wrote This for You: Just the Words. Could you please explain?

    1. No problem: The original I Wrote This For You contains both the words and the pictures from the blog – the “Just The Words” edition has more poetry and prose in it, but no pictures. We created it as a cheaper alternative to the original as it’s about $10 less.

  2. Hi, my name is Willow. I just wanted to tell you how much your books mean to me. I read Intentional Dissonance and I am always picking up both of my copies of I Wrote This For You and reading. I also write short poems and would love to be able to email you personally about your writing. I am a huge fan. Let me know how I can get in contact with you if you do not mind.
    Thanks 🙂

  3. what inspired you to write IWTFY? It’s a beautiful book, I have read my copy so many times it’s nearly torn down.

  4. Never knew you existed until minutes ago when an old coworker posted a quote of yours on Facebook…wtf. I just got done working my part-time psyc nurse job and need to study for law school tomorrow. Damn you. Buying something of yours is on my list for summer. Haven’t loved reading this much since high school literature class almost 20 years ago–when all I wanted to do was write! Again, damn you.

  5. Hi Iain

    My apologies for attempting to contact you in this indirect and public way. I am currently doing research for a PhD on Speculative (or Science) Fiction by South African authors. I can’t seem to find any info on NewLand, the setting of Intentional Dissonance. Is it in Africa? I try to find these things out before decimating my research budget. Your help would be greatly appreciated.


    1. Hi Alan, I don’t specifically name any geographical area in the book, purposefully – the same is true for every other literary work I’ve done – you’re welcome to email me if you’d like to know any more: pleasefindthis at gmail dot com

  6. thankyou For making these books possible I have read all of your books more than five times. You and your books have impacted me drastically more than words can explain they were there for me when no one was, and I have to say you are my favorite other I have so much love for you. You might not see this but thank you for helping me even though you weren’t there physicly.

  7. Hello, I am using your poem “The Things I Would’ve Said” in poetry portfolio for my class. I was wondering if you poem is addressing a passed person who you can no longer say these things to, or if it is just for the idea in general?

    1. Hi Allie, sorry for the late reply. I found out a few years ago that a friend of mine from childhood had a few drinks, got into a big fight with his brother over something relatively minor, and hung himself from a ceiling fan. That’s where the poem comes from. He might not have listened to me because he was drunk and I know that depression isn’t as simple as I’m making it out to be in this poem but I wanted to try and re-contextualise the act of suicide as something that requires strength, and how that strength might be used for the act of living. I hope I’m not too late to help with your class, I wish you luck with the project, Iain.

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