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03 October 2011

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CR, you left out that you have run mini-workshops on the exhibits floor for Libraries Unlimited at major library conferences. I have seen you in action presenting content while fielding audience questions with ease. I've also been a group genre discussion with you (ARRT), and I endorse you as a brilliant instructor.

Thanks for the very nice endorsement, Rick! Coming from the man who wrote the book on biographies (http://www.powells.com/partner/35332/biblio/9781591586647?p_ti), that is high praise.
What are you studying in the ARRT this year? Great organization, the ARRT.

CR, Here is a very tardy response. I was away visiting my daughter without my computer. ARRT is now studying literary fiction. I haven't gone but sent other staff.

Rick--

Ooh, lit fic. How is everyone (including your staff) liking it?
No worries on the tardiness. Life is too short to live it tethered to computers, after all. :)

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