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Sunday, March 05, 2006

Screenplay Novels

Posted by Daniel Green on 03/05/06 at 12:57 PM

Vis-a-vis the previous post, readers might want to check out this site.


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The below is not spam, though it seems like it.

Amelia: Shameless Kin Promotion

My son’s post-Decemberist band, Amelia, is playing in at Barbès in Brooklyn on Monday, March 6th, 9:30 pm. (376 9th Street - corner of 6th Avenue in Park Slope, 718.965.9177, http://www.barbesbrooklyn.com) .

On Thursday, March 9th at 7 pm they play in NYC at the Living Room (154 Ludlow Street between Stanton and Rivington, 212.533.7235, http://www.livingroomny.com).

Not like the Decemberists at all. Jazzy, somewhat Latin, adult music (AAA format for radio).

http://www.ameliaband.com

By John Emerson on 03/05/06 at 10:26 PM | Permanent link to this comment

It sure does seem like spam.

By Dan Green on 03/05/06 at 11:08 PM | Permanent link to this comment

It’s hand-crafted spam.

By John Emerson on 03/05/06 at 11:12 PM | Permanent link to this comment

I found that the form of Darius James’ screenplay-novel made it extremely difficult to read.  Did others have that experience?

By on 03/06/06 at 02:10 AM | Permanent link to this comment

Next we will have the spam of genius. Intensely personal, the tortured artist crafts it in a garret for years, unwilling to email it to anyone.

By John Holbo on 03/06/06 at 09:07 AM | Permanent link to this comment

Then there will be folk spam. The kind of spam simple mountain folk have been lobbing in the windows of each other’s huts for centuries. It is woven.

By John Holbo on 03/06/06 at 09:10 AM | Permanent link to this comment

I already get lots of punk and dada spam. That’s already here.

By John Emerson on 03/06/06 at 09:56 AM | Permanent link to this comment

This is a test of our new comment monitoring system. Sorry to use your thread as a guinea pig, Dan. Just ignore this. I got an odd comment alert from this thread so I’ve picked it for testing.

By on 03/06/06 at 11:57 AM | Permanent link to this comment

Moi? Odd comment?

By John Emerson on 03/06/06 at 12:16 PM | Permanent link to this comment

No more than usual, John. Can you do me a favor? Can you confirm that you have not received any screwy notifications from our system as a result of my test comment. Just the usual ‘test has responded’ notification, if you have that box checked? Josh, can you confirm the same?

By John Holbo on 03/06/06 at 12:24 PM | Permanent link to this comment

No notification received, but I don’t check that box.

By John Emerson on 03/06/06 at 01:28 PM | Permanent link to this comment

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