[D-G] Fwd: melods: prelude
l.ogrady at gmail.com
Wed May 26 02:37:25 PDT 2010
This sounds interesting. I think that I would prefer to be sent the pdfs
though, if possible?
On 26 May 2010 05:26, Edmund Zagorin <multiplicit at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Friends + Colleagues,
> For the past two years I have been working on a manuscript for a book of
> fiction-philosophy about a scientist who studies the civilizations of
> hypothetical creatures variously exiled by the governments of space, time,
> causation or language.
> I am now nearing completion of this early attempt. However, I realize that
> with my own lack of credentials, the precipitous decline of academic
> publishing, and the highly competitive orthodoxy of such selections and so
> on, that this text is unlikely to ever find an available venue for
> publication in which it could encounter an audience.
> Therefore, I have decided to release the text “melods: illicit taxonomies”
> in serial form, to a distribution network consisting of people whom I
> know personally, respect professionally, or believe might otherwise be
> susceptible to piqued interest [e.g. d-g listserv]. However, since most of
> you have busy schedules with precious little time for extra reading (and
> certainly more preeminent candidates for allocation of that scarce
> commodity) I have decided to serialize recordings of each chapter read out
> loud, downloadable to iTunes, and therefore iPoddable for added mobile and
> multitasking convenience. If you have time some day give it a listen.
> Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, criticism, or
> to unsubscribe from receiving the following chapters or further
> For those interested in reading the actual text, please email me for a pdf
> of each chapter as it is released.
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> Edmund Zagorin
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