Registration for Inkshed 25 is now officially open.
It'll be inexpensive, at $150; and if the proposals we've already seen are any indication, it's going to be rewarding and engaging; and if the people who come are as wonderful as they always are, it's going to be fun, and warm, and friendly and open.
One thing we're planning is a Saturday morning reading and market time (if you've never been to the legendary Fredericton Market, you have a wonderful surprise coming; and if you've never been there in May, well . . . ). Another is a roundtable session on what's become of Inkshedding in a quarter of a century. And there'll be the inevitable low-stakes / high-reward Talent Night.
We've extended the deadline for proposals: we know -- because they told us -- there are folks out there who are planning to bring us their ideas and practices and theories and experiences, but who couldn't make the earlier deadline (what we were thinking when we set it, we don't remember). The call for proposals is on the Inkshed Web site, here:
This year there are two ways to make your proposal. You can email it to [log in to unmask], or you can go to the Inkshed 25 wikispace, and post it there for discussion by all of us. That's here:
Try it out. Let us know what you think. And Let us know if you have questions about any of this.
-- Anne and Russ Hunt
Inkshed 25 logistics
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