It Pays to Advertise.
One morning I noticed a lost dog sign stapled to the telephone pole at the end of my driveway. There was his picture, name and a phone number. Days later a $100 reward. After the weekend it was up to $250. When it gets to $500 I’ll call.
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Paul Beckman and Doug Mathewson will be performing March 5th, 2014
At Best Video in Hamden Connecticut. A grand time has been promised
for all. Classic works and new treasures will offered. $4 at the door.
Big News here is that Blink-Ink #15 mailed on Friday.
Approximately 100 copies were sent. This is a great issue and anyone reading
this who does not receive a copy and would like one, please
contact our offices: firstname.lastname@example.org
Literary Orphans runs a very beautiful and fascinating site full of some very interesting fiction and art.
One section is called “Tavern Lights” and has more news and bits of info. Recently tavern Lights featured
some of their favorite authors and listed the publications those fine and talented folks enjoy and recommend. Nancy Stohlman of Kinky Mink fame was kind enough to list Blink-Ink as a special little pal.
“Mr Mink,…… is like you know, Nancy home? We are honored for the tip-of-the-hat. Her work appeared in issue #14 and soon will be out in #15, due out before too long. Thank you Nancy, darned nice of you.