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Greg Prince discovered the Mets when he was 6, during the magical summer of 1969. He is a Long Island-based writer, editor and communications consultant. Contact him here.

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Signed, Sealed, Delivered

A few notes to pass along regarding Amazin Again, my book on how the 2015 Mets brought the magic, not to mention a pennant, back to Queens.

1) For those who are kind enough to ask, yes, you can get a personally inscribed signed copy. It’s available via the Team Amazin’ store on eBay, which is run by my lovely sister, so why don’t you do the kid a favor and check the page out? I’ll write anything you like, other than an early surrender for 2016.

2) This Sunday night at 8:30 EDT, I’m scheduled to discuss my book with Bill Donohue on Sportstalk1240, a.k.a. Long Island’s own WGBB-AM, a station I grew up listening to for music in fourth grade and school closings in junior high (ninth grade was a very snowy year).

3) And speaking of Long Island, I will be speaking on Long Island next month, appearing at beautiful Turn of the Corkscrew in Rockville Centre, Monday night, May 16 at 7 PM. I’ll be mentioning this again down the road because I’m very excited to be part of the books-and-wine motif that the Corkscrew folks have created. I’m particularly delighted because a) I have often been asked when I, native son of the South Shore, might be doing a Long Island appearance; and b) not only is this a terrific venue, but it’s one that is actually near where I live. So come on out to my veritable backyard for a little food, a little drink and a lot of Mets (on a night when our team is conveniently off).a-a

6 comments to Signed, Sealed, Delivered

  • Left Coast Jerry

    As it turns out, I’ll be on Long Island when you make your appearance at the Turn of the Corkscrew. I plan on being there.

  • Dave

    Well, if your passport is up to date and you can get to a currency exchange vendor, you could always schedule a book signing in Jersey I suppose. And eat some deep fried hotdogs or Taylor ham while you’re here if you’re interested in local indigenous delicacies.

    The book is brilliant. Even better than Taylor ham.

    • Paul Schwartz

      Bookends in Ridgewood, NJ! Only 40 minutes from Citi Field and they get GREAT crowds. Ron Darling was there last week for his new book. And some guy’s doing a signing on a Braves (boo!) book this week so come on Greg!!!

  • Pat O'Hern

    Picked it up at Barnes and Noble last week- looking forward to some downtime this weekend and diving into it.