I never did anything about this. :-( Do you have the relevant
newsletters or would you like me to bundle up some and send them to you?
Russ Hunt wrote:
> Recently I received a request for information about the history
> of inkshed, CASLL, and the conference, and realized three
> things: (1) there isn't any single place one could go to find
> that sort of thing; (2) back issues of the Inkshed Newsletter
> would be a good place to look for the materials; (3) I don't
> have them (or the miracle of my filing system has rendered them
> So, if anyone has a file folder with any of those old documents -
> - mostly before 1994; for a list of what I have, check the
> Inkshed Web site, here:
> -- what I'd like to do is borrow copies of old Newsletters long
> enough to scan them in, and then add them to the Web site,
> making them available to everybody.
> So if you have any Inkshed newsletters from before September of
> 1994, and would trust me with them (I promise not to file them)
> . . .
> It might be interesting to have a whole set of them for the
> reading table at Inkshed 20.
> -- Russ
> St. Thomas University
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Dr. Doug Brent
Associate Dean (Academic)
Faculty of Communication and Culture, University of Calgary
2500 University Drive N.W.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 1N4
Voice: (403) 220-5458 Fax: (403) 282-6716
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