I heartily second the gratitude. It can't have been easy to put together
such a persuasive and coherent synthesis of your initial draft, Susan, and
our community's various suggestions. I can hardly wait to see it in UA!
On Sun, Mar 30, 2008 at 11:43 AM, Betsy Sargent <[log in to unmask]>
> Splendid, Susan! This piece is terrific. Thanks so much for taking this
> Gratefully, Betsy
> At 10:14 AM 3/30/2008, you wrote:
> >Thanks to everyone. If it weren't the end of term, I could write a
> >small dissertation on the challenges and pleasures of writing about
> >writing with a bunch of writing people. But it's the end of term, and
> >that's probably 'nuff said.
> >Here is the latest attempt to write a coherent intelligent and
> >confessedly incomplete response to the UA piece. It incorporates some
> >but not all of the wiki editings, and some of the comments I've received
> >publicly and privately through the list serv. I am grateful for every
> >bit of advice and the generosity with which it was offered. The last
> >paragraphs are new, and I have accepted the suggestion that I sign it as
> >myself but "on behalf of and in collaboration with members of..."
> >I have asked UA about a deadline for such a response. I haven't had an
> >answer yet, but I'm guessing it will be "soon."
> >So please take a look, make sure that there's nothing there to embarrass
> >us, and let me know as soon as you can. I'm also posting it to the
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