Today is book launch day for The Lost Subways of North America. I can now officially say that my decade-plus project to map North America's lost transit is at an end.
(Obligatory plug: the book is on all major retailers - Amazon, Bookshop.org, Barnes + Noble, Indigo, etc., as well as on my website.)
The next thing I'll be doing is the book tour - a list of events is here. I would love to meet up with people if we're in the same city at the same time. (Thankfully, my day job is mostly remote.)
While I'm on tour for the next couple months, I'll be posting deleted scenes - chapters and artwork that for one reason or another didn't make the cut. The website will stay up. Even though the Lost Subways project is done, I'm happy to sell people prints of my artwork and to keep selling the book that I worked so hard on all these years. I also plan to write the occasional blog post in this space about housing, transport, and urban planning.
But before I get back to the grind, I'm going to sit back and enjoy this. As the Good Book says, "There is nothing better for a man, than that he should eat and drink, and that he should make his soul enjoy good in his labor."
It's been wonderful sharing The Lost Subways with you.