The Alan Sondheim Mail Archive

September 3, 2003

On Clara Kimball

This will help you Clara Kimball j|deforf|lgelse
This will help you Clara Kimball j|deforf|lgelse

Clara Kimball you need help. You are dying of the virus in the brain Clara
Kimball. You are looking all over for a cure but you can't see the virus
and the rods don't show it Clara Kimball. What will you do Clara Kimball.
What will you do Clara Kimball. You cannot think about the brain because
the rods are in the brain and you cannot think about the rods. This is so
tiny in the Clara Kimball universe where a rock will destroy you. A rock
will destroy you Clara Kimball and a water will drown you. A fire will
burn you Clara Kimball and a plant will poison you. A landslide will bury
you Clara Kimball and a planet will kill you. You are dying of the plant
planet Clara Kimball and you are dying of the rock landslide. You are
dying of the water Clara Kimball and you are dying of the fire. The fire
has no brother Clara Kimball and the fire has no sister. You are dying of
the sister. The rods are in the brain and you cannot think about the rods.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2003 10:47:46 +0100
Subject: September trAce: Last chance to book for September writing
    courses; The Wandering Library; Tim Wright in residence

New at trAce - September 2003


>From the trAce Online Writing Centre

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***Current trAce features

The Wandering Library (Markers IV)
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***Last chance to book for trAce Online Writing School courses starting 15th September

Deadline for bookings for these courses is 8th September:

Freelance Article Writing:  with Canadian feature writer and online tutor Crawford Kilian
Poetry Writing: with award-winning UK poet Jane Draycott
Writing Children's Fiction: always a popular course with children's author Karen King
Writing Crime and Mystery Fiction: a lively course with experienced writer Susan Richardson

Develop focussed writing skills with one of our courses or get inspiration and feedback whatever you write in our ongoing Online Writers' Workshop

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*** Writers for the Future

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*** Incubation: Date for your calendar

Incubation 3, the trAce Symposium of Writing and New Media, will take place at Nottingham Trent University on 12-14 July 2004. Look out for the updated website and call for proposals towards the end of September.


*** Writing for the Internet course: Arvon

trAce editor Helen Whitehead partners Alan McDonald as tutors for the Arvon Foundation's residential Creative Writing on the Internet course to be held at Lumb Bank in Yorkshire from 1-6th December 2003. (This course is run by Arvon not trAce.) Some places still available. Book now.


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