Month: April 2006

More Conference Pictures

A few more pictures for you. and a note: my jaw has been hurting lately because of the rubber-bands I’ve been wearing.

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Worldwide

those are the pictures that I managed to capture at the World Service Offices during our tour today before my phone died. I carried my girlfriend’s camera around all day yesterday and only snapped a few photos, but thoughtfully forgot it when we went on the tour and looked at all of the interesting artifacts […]

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Obstacles

Aside from the fact that I’m already missing the last week of class and won’t really be properly prepared for my Russian final, I received an email the day before I left that PubServ will be holding the workshop that I need to attend before I can begin freelance copyediting the day before I get […]

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Conference

Less than twelve hours, and I’ll be on my way. It feels a bit strange to be leaving the semester and my school-related stress all behind. Not that I won’t still be stressed about it, but at least I’ll be in a place where I’ll need to focus on other things. I just really hope […]

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One Week Left

Then I’ll head out to California.

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On Self-Publishing

From a message I sent on myspace: Sorry to take so long to get back to you. Where self-publishing is concerned, I am primarily published online. I have not published any books. I happen to know that there are a couple resources (lulu.com, iuniverse.com, xlibris.com

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Pub Serv

I did better, apparently, on my second round of application tests for PubServ.. I was told so by way of a phone call yesterday, and I was asked to come in for an interview/information session. I got a tour of the joint and was told that I’ve scored well enough on the tests to be […]

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No April’s Fool

I didn’t oversleep on Sunday. At least, not for the 6AM job. The 3PM job, not so good (my nap runneth over). I went to a reading yesterday, because I’d randomly picked up a flyer in class and saw that the guy reading teaches for the one MFA program that hasn’t rejected me. The reading […]

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