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July 2, 2002

Render unto caesura No, I’m not closing down this weblog, or going on hiatus to rethink my approach, or even taking a summer vacation. I’ve been busy trying to catch up with all the stuff that got delayed by two weeks on a jury—and now, tomorrow morning, I’ll be leaving for a week in East Lansing, Michigan as Editor in Residence at the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Workshop.

This probably won’t take Electrolite off the air entirely, but posting is likely to continue to be intermittent at best. Still, as I’ve observed before, announcements of this sort are followed by spasms of caffeine-fueled blog loquacity as often as, well, not. [07:37 AM]

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Bob Webber ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2002, 09:21 AM:

Talk about yer triumphal return! Congratulations on the Clarion appointment.

John Farrell ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2002, 12:53 PM:

Have fun at Clarion. But...as you suggest...it's precisely when you think you have no time at all that the Blog urge comes on...(he wrote, from the Cape)...


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Cory Doctorow ::: (view all by) ::: July 03, 2002, 10:40 AM:

Hey, if being a student at Clarion doesn't stop people from blogging (http://clarion.deirdre.org/), how can instructors claim to be too busy?

Greg van Eekhout ::: (view all by) ::: July 04, 2002, 12:20 AM:

Ah, Patrick is Clarion blogging (http://clarion.deirdre.org/person/pnh/).