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Member sinceJun 19, 2007

Currently readingThe Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes for Better Living by Mark Bittman

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I just visited your talk on odd cataloging and, as I wrote, had more fun than I have anywhere at LT. Thank you for seeding it. I also wondered if you might drop in on the new group I started today called Word-play Umbrella. I ask for input on categorying word-play in one talk that I did not so much seed as cede to whoever can get it going.

Seeing all those books on sushi, i was surprised you don;t have my book with about 900 translations of holothurian haiku, Rise, Ye Sea Slugs! (2003)

By the way, in the absence of guidance from librarians, I am getting wilder and wilder with each book's Publisher's Cataloging in Publication. Librarians do not know what they are missing as few of my books have made it into libraries (only a Harvard library has most, as I had a fan there). In the last I have a question mark in one and a parenthetical comment in another. If there were a talk about interesting cataloging items within books, I would love to contribute to it.
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