I hope the year off to an excellent start for all of you.
I'll keep it brief:
1. Pilcrow Lit Fest is being help May 17-23rd this year. We have tons of city-wide events with whom we've partnered during the week, and panel discussions, parties and one very special event on Saturday the 23rd. Stay tuned!
2. The new Pilcrow Lit Fest website is live!. Do take a moment and feast your eyes.
3. If you're [interested in contributing] your noble duty as a volunteer, or if you have a panel discussion topic you're keen to pitch, do let me know.
And, do feel free to forward this email along to anyone who might be interested. The more the merrier, of course. [that's all of you.]
Looking forward to seeing many of your smiling faces at AWP this week.
Yours in Pilcrow,
Managing Editor @ http://sonewpublishing.com
Founder/Director @ http://pilcrowlitfest.com
Author @ http://guthagogo.com
Thursday, February 12, 2009
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