A quick post from the Newark airport, where I’m en route to KC. Last week I met Miriam from ScribblingWoman at the Starbucks (I know, I know) across the street from the British Library, and she has a brief entry on the meetup. It was great to meet her, and as she says, there’s a strange kind of familiarity that comes from talking with someone whose life story you’ve been reading for a few months.
I have a backlog of information to share, dear reader, and a whole mess of photos, but that will have to wait for now because we are about to board. Look for more over the weekend. I see Sonic Youth this Saturday in Columbia, Missouri, and I’m quite happy about that fact.
Welcome back, George. Looking forward to your narratives about your travels. Also looking forward to hearing about the Sonic Youth concert. I’ve liked what I’ve heard off their new CD.
When bloggers collide…
I always enjoy these proofs of existence.
Welcome home, George! Can’t wait to see your photos, too.
I know, Starbucks … My (British) cousin, with whom I was staying, waxed hilarious on our choice of meeting place. Though he did say, George, that you looked hip, and he is a London dj so he should know.
George posted the somewhat-less-disturbing photo (of me, I mean. George himself remains hip throughout). For the morbidly curious, go here….
Surely that’s a sign of the apocalypse: London dj’s saying dorks look hip.
Hiya George. Of course I had to test the Google thing, and you were right: You’re #1!
Nice meeting you at SHARP. Looking forward to reading your comments about it.
It was great to meet you, too, Renae. Perhaps we’ll see each other at next year’s SHARP in Halifax.
Seperated at birth?
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