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John Bird <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 12 Dec 2008 09:42:21 -0500
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After receiving Jim's Seussian message, I received my copy of the latest
Mark Twain Annual yesterday.  Ann Ryan has done a great job as the new
editor, and the new look is excellent--as well as very strong content, of
course.  The dedication to Jim Zwick is timely and touching. And as new
editor, Ann has been able to do what the boneheaded previous editor (me!)
was never able to do:  get the darn thing out on time, in the fall. So if
others who aren't members want to join the Circle and get the Annual, follow
Jim's directions below...

John Bird

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From: Mark Twain Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jim Leonard
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2008 2:55 PM
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Subject: Some Things To Do

Thing One (borrowing from Dr. Seuss): Join the Mark Twain Circle of
America, if you're not already a member.  For the ridiculously low price
(we try to make as many things ridiculous as possible) of $25 for annual
dues ($27 for a non-U.S. address), you'll receive the two semiannual
issues of the Mark Twain Circular (now edited by Chad Rohman, Dominican
University) and the hard-copy version (not available elsewhere) of The
Mark Twain Annual (now edited by Ann Ryan, Le Moyne College).
Membership in the Circle also gives you the official right to identify
yourself as a Twainian--or if you prefer Vic Doyno's term, a Twainiac.
Use this web address to get a form you can print out and send, along
with your dues payment, to the Circle's Executive Coordinator Kerry
Driscoll, Saint Joseph University: