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Wednesday, June 18, 2008 

Jumping the gun

I'm up so early on a day I don't work only because I had another leg cramp (although they are short and fierce enough that I am tempted to call them seizures instead; worryingly enough, this time I have to deal with the novelty of aftershocks trembling up and down my calf), the first in a while but tremendously painful for all that. I'll be limping for a few days (it's honestly bad enough that I may not be able to dance tomorrow night, we'll see). But since I'm up, I dropped by PopMatters, where I see the first installment of the long-awaited for by me article series on used book stores is up. My essay isn't up yet, and I'm not sure which Wednesday will see it (although I will of course mark the occasion here as I tend to), but the introduction is great, and I look forward to reading all of the other essays. Kudos to PopMatters for putting this together very nicely.

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