9.08.2005

It's That Time Again



To drop your brave little manuscripts from the nest.

Oh, the entry fees add up...

5 comments:

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  2. Best of luck, Charles. It'll hurt our wallets and might hurt our pride, but we've got to get our wings somehow.

    By the way, how queer-friendly is Phoenix/Tempe?

    Best.

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  3. Well, that's an interesting question, Erin. Phoenix wears a sort of metropolitan, cosmo landscape but deep down, it has an old west heart. This is good in that folks are very "Live and Let Live," but bad because a lot of people are conservative. On the other hand, there are more than 30 gay bars here. On the other hand, all we really have a gay bars in terms of community.

    Tempe is my favorite city in the whole metro area (all the cities are connected). Somebody called me a faggot once in the four years I've been here. Our last mayor was superqueer—now he's the national head of GLAAD. And it's commonly assumed that the AZ governor is a lesbian.

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  4. Hey Charlie, where are you sending it? I'll show you mine if you show me yours;)

    Erin, move to Minneapolis. It is a wonderful city.

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  5. Erin, Minneapolis is wonderful, and a fabulous place to be queer.

    T, let's totall swap. Today I sent mine to the Morse Prize, May Swenson Prize, and Ohio State University Press prize. I was also encouraged to try Action Books.

    Backchannel me.

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