Tuesday, June 01, 2004

Thanks everyone once again for a great semester! This blog is going on more or less permanent hiatus, but it will still function as a linking point for everyone's personal blogs. Brooke, Julia (Fall semester Julia), Shana, Laurel, Dave, Yaw, and Irena all look like likely candidates for keeping up with the blogging. Right now I'm especially enjoying Brooke's reports on her adventures in Nevada, but I'm sure you all have equally interesting things to say. So tune in once and a while.

Thursday, May 13, 2004

I want to remind everyone that not only is your portfolio due in my box in the English Department (Goldwin Smith 250) by Monday the 17th at 4:30, but so are your final blog entries. So hop to it!

I'm going to miss you guys.

Wednesday, May 05, 2004

Congratulations to Jill on her internship!

Monday, May 03, 2004

cliche = tyranny

disruption = truth

truth = revealing

Saturday, May 01, 2004

Look for Anna in the upcoming issue of campus literary magazine Plug.

Friday, April 30, 2004

Random Notes

Congratulations Jonathan!

I am fond of Yaw's directions.

And Jen has a wonderfully intimate take on the ten years before her birth.

Friday, April 16, 2004

One More Reading Possibility

I hope to see some of you at the "honey" reading today at 3:00 in Mann Library. For those of you who miss that, or are just looking for more reading possibilities, check this out:
West End Reading Series
Saturday, April 24 at 7:00 p.m.

Poets Mariana Ruiz Firmat, Deborah Richards, and Kathy Lou Schultz
will read from their work.

Mariana Ruiz Firmat is the author of Another Strange Island (Open 24
Hours Press). She lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Deborah Richards is a Black Londoner currently living in
Philadelphia. Her poems have been published in Chain, XCP, Nocturnes,
Callaloo, and on-line in HOW2. She has 3 chapbooks, Hide me From the
Day with artist Ariana Krantzite, Cut and Shoot with Cathleen Miller,
and parable, which was published by Leroy Press. Her first collection
of poems, Last One Out, was published by subpress in 2003.

After nearly a decade in the San Francisco Bay Area, Kathy Lou
Schultz moved to Philadelphia in 2000 to do doctoral work at the
University of
Pennsylvania. She is the author of Some Vague Wife (Atelos Press,
2002), Genealogy (a+bend press, 1999), and Re dress (San Francisco
University, 1994) winner of the Michael Rubin Award. Recent work is
forthcoming in Fence, Hambone, and anthologies from Wesleyan
Press and Coach House Press.

The West End Reading Series is made possible in part with public
funds from the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County / NYS
Council on the Arts Decentralization program and the Constance
Saltonstall Foundation.

For more information, please visit www.slyfox.org
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