C&R Press to the rescue.

Those of you following the travails of Stacey Lynn Brown will be happy to know that, according to Ryan Van Cleave’s blog, his non-profit press, C&R Press, will publish Brown’s Cradle Song this winter. Huzzah for happy endings!

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In other news, the fall textbook rush begins this weekend, so there’s a distinct possibility that I’ll be unspeakably exhausted for a time and hence unable to update the blog. I’ll try. And I still have those 2 reviews to write. Ha! In the meantime, feel free to leave encouraging comments — remind me of life outside the bookstore, of the existence of happy, smiling people, that this too, truly, will end…

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2 thoughts on “C&R Press to the rescue.

  1. When first was reading this post I stumbled on “travails” which gave me shivers in my back… see in French we have tons of rules but none of them come without at least 5 exceptions to them and “travail” never ever takes an “s” but changes its forms to be plural “travaux” (it’s like me saying “tooths” pretty much”. So I figured it must have been an pseudo-Anglicism hence the link above.
    Anyways… after this mental shock at 8am, I have to say that the only thing that keeps me from slitting my wrists these days is Gary Busey because HE speaks the truth… his quotes are very “interesting” and that’s what keeps me going. We just might survive rush… you just might…

    “Imagine the peace symbol. The peace symbol has three pieces in it. One piece is emotion, that’s your body. Another piece has spirit in it, that’s your fuel. Another piece has intellect in it and that’s your steering wheel. You can never overdo the fuel that goes into the body, which is the emotions and the steering wheel to drive it.”

    http://thinkexist.com/quotes/gary_busey/

  2. Wow, who knew Gary Busey was so quotable?? Thanks, Marianne — my favorite is: “My dark side, my shadow, my lower companion is now in the back room blowing up balloons for kids’ parties.”

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