Ho-Anne and I would like to put the inkshed conference info in the newsleter.
Can you email me whatever you have in teh next few days?
Richard Coe wrote:
> Hi CASLLers,
> By now, you may be wondering why you haven't yet received more information
> about arrangements for Inkshed 2000. You're right: I should have made
> sure that went out last month. Likewise formal letters of acceptance (in
> case your institution isn't happy with an email acceptance).
> We expect to have all that and a preliminary program in the mail to you
> this week.
> Meanwhile, those of you arranging flights no doubt want to know what time
> you need to be in Vancouver in order to catch the boat cruise to Bowen.
> Again, we expect to confirm particulars later this week. Flights that
> arrive before 2 p.m. should be totally safe. Somewhat later should be okay
> too, but we don't know that yet. When we know, we'll email the CASLL list.
> We look forward to welcoming the usual spirited collection of Inkshedders
> to boat and Bowen.
> Rick Coe
> (for the Inkshed 2000 Program Committee)
> (Prof.) Richard M. Coe
> English Department
> Simon Fraser University
> Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
> (604) 291-4316
> (FAX: 291-5737
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To leave the list, send a SIGNOFF CASLL command to
[log in to unmask] or, if you experience difficulties,
write to Russ Hunt at [log in to unmask]
For the list archives and information about the organization,
the annual conference, and publications, go to the Inkshed Web site at