[DWJ] Help with DARK LORD page reference
dgascoyne at gmail.com
Sat Jul 3 13:12:48 EDT 2010
Golly, was that a year ago today? How I wish we could do it all over again!
It was so much fun.
On Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 9:12 AM, Hallie O'Donovan <hallieod at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 1:34 PM, Kyla Mackay-Smith <kyla at keyfitz.org>
> > Inquiring minds want to know--what are you needing references for? An
> > article? Sounds interesting.
> We - that's Charlie, Maureen Kincaid Speller and I - are guest editing a
> issue of the *JFA* - arising from the con, which I've just realised started
> a year ago today. It is interesting because the papers are fascinating,
> but I have to admit it was just a *bit* more fun being there.
> > And unrelated, but possibly of interest to others who haven't discovered
> > this: DWJ books are great to read out loud--good sentence length,
> > opportunities for interesting inflection and funny voices. My family has
> > 10-hour drive to get to my in-laws, and nice as music is, books make the
> > drive go much faster. So far I've read Tale of Time City (made me notice
> > word "matutinal," which I had apparently been skipping over in 20 years
> > reading the book silently), The Pinhoe Egg (I think this is the only one
> > where we didn't finish it on the way there; and making griffin noises is
> > quite amusing, both to the noise-maker and the listeners), and on this
> > recent trip, a double feature of Castle in the Air and House of Many Ways
> > (reading Twinkle's lithp was also quite amusing). Those are each 8-hour
> > books, the way I read.
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> > Was Whitty
> > But John Greenleaf
> > Was Whittier
> > --Willard Espy
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