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August 04, 2006


Lee Goldberg

How bizarre -- I just started cross-posting to my own MySpace blog about three days ago. So I've now got three, mostly identical, blogs -- the mothership on Typepad, the Reader's Digest sanitized version on Amazon, and now this new one on MySpace.

Dan Wickett

Can't agree much with you on the first two steps of your case above Mr. Goldberg - especially your comments regarding Hobart - one of the very few lit. journals I actually read cover to cover every issue.


"...an insanely funny and interesting web and print journal that happens to feature some of the best new fiction of any journal in America."

Wow, Todd. Thanks.


Oh, great. Just what we need, someone else diluting the myspace site. It's getting harder and harder to find those emo teens every day.


My space is riddled with authors. I think there are probably just as many authors on there as there are Emo teens. Author’s pimping their lives are on the rise. For every tilted head shot I see, there’s a screen print of a book. Go in fear knowing I will hunt you down and be-friend you.

One last thing...more lists! I want more lists! Picking books out myself sucks.

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