Wednesday, October 1, 2008

ie Reader (submissions)

A screen shot of my inbox -- Michael Ball just bombarded me with submissions. The ie reading series might be on hiatus, but the ie reader (Narrow House 2008) will the language defibrillator.
Some back-story: Narrow House received a Baltimore Office for Promotions and the Arts grant to publish the ie Reader, a comprehensive collection of nearly all the poets involved in the series over the past three years. It’s going to be one hell of a book.


Ryan W. said...

I feel voyeuristic seeing the beginnings of those emails. it's like when someone hacked into the palin inbox. I downloaded a copy of this image just in case the feds make you take it down.

Justin Sirois said...

It's all about the sneak peek, sir -- as long as no one makes it their desktop background it isn't creepy.

If only the hackers had found those rants about cavemen riding pterodactyls in the pal-in-box.
I think the subject lines read: "Neanderthal Liberals! They were trying to slay Jesus!"

Justin Sirois said...

You know, I didn't realize you could read the first lines of the emails -- I went back in and blurred them a bit.

Sorry folks.

Ryan W. said...

awww. well, good thing I downloaded the image before you blurred it. nothing really juicy there, as it happens.