Amazon.com has approved it for sale, and its detail page is imminent [Update, it’s now available, but they’ve yet to include the cover art nor link it to the Kindle edition]. You can buy the printed book now either through Amazon’s CreateSpace e-store or directly from the University of Washington bookstore. As always, it remains available as an e-book for the Kindle, Nook, iPad/iPhone, and Sony e-readers.
I commissioned Monster Design to create a new cover in reflection of the growing demand for the physical, dead-tree edition of the book. I’m thrilled with what Theresa Stone (who happens to be a former student of mine) has developed. It comprises a mosaic of photographs from the stories that I have told or covered as a filmmaker and journalist — from NBC in NYC and the Middle East, to Independent America in New Orleans and rural America, to the deck of an aircraft carrier and China.
Philosophically, I still believe that part of the “uprising” is to make works such as this book readily available to the public. So I remain committed to making the free PDF of “Uprising” available for non-commercial use (it has a Creative Commons license). This is also practically useful until I find the means to create an enhanced, multimedia e-book edition: the PDF gives easy access to the URL’s in Storyteller Uprising.