Saturday, February 09, 2008

Final AWP Bits

As if this hasn't dragged on long enough, I have some final AWP bits:

Images from "The Future of Environmental Essay" panel, Terrain.org 10th Anniversary Reading, and Salmon: A Journey in Poetry Anthology Launch & Reading are now online in a gallery at:

http://www.terrain.org/img/gallery/index.html

I ate insects at AWP. Specifically, for a free one-year extension on my Isotope: A Literary Journal of Science & Nature subscription I ate a chocolate-covered larva and a white chocolate-covered cricket. Mmmm, tasty.

Most famous person I met: Marvin Bell, at the Salmon Poetry table. I suspect he doesn't remember.... I also saw Billy Collins roaming the third level of the bookfair, but he didn't make it to the Terrain.org table, gosh darnit!

It occurs to me now that the only panel I attended was the one I facilitated. And I feel like I didn't miss anything (though surely I did, no?).

So concludes, finally, AWP for this year. It was good fun.

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