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Collins—Episode One hundred ninety-seven: Whoosh!

Not much to report this week, in fact, not much time to report much of anything.
So.

Congrats to Cynthia of Yucaipa, CA! She’s the winner of the Gorgeous Yarn from Neighborhood Fiber Co.

We’ve got Epoch one, sections 13-14 today.
Go Walter!

Book talk begins around 5 min.
Listen to 197 audio.

Collins—Episode One hundred ninety-five: Why are Veggies Funny?

Amy Singer blogged about our Fall 2011 CraftLit/Detjen trip, yay! Though we’re sorry she (The Singer) wont be with us this year.

A new group (or new-to-me) EssayistMedia of Writing in Public is tweeting some nice, community-building things in the writing world. And I, once again, lose myself in ChopBard (this time I’m in love with Hamlet. David Tennant, anyone?).

Hwaet is the coolest sock around.

WWMDfK? gears up for pre-orders on Chuck’s birthday, 7 Feb 2011.
"What Would Madame Defarge Knit?" in Pre-Orders Now!

Don’t forget!

Donate to the show between now and 14 Feb 2011 and be entered to win five skeins from Neighborhood Fiber Co, 100% Superwash Merino, 98 yards each, 2oz, 4.5-5 sts/inch on US 6–8 in colorway Grant Circle. I’ll draw an incentive winner from a hat. Continue reading

Twain—Episode One hundred seventy-eight: A Case of the Fantods

You can thank Twain for the episode’s title.

You can thank starting-a-business for the fact thereof.

Nevertheless, today’s chapters are 16–17.

Some links for you!

As promised, the Lewis Creek Socks pattern, loyal listener Renee sent in this link to a KQED show on Twain’s autobio–gazillions of pages long and… iiiiinteresting…
a link to Anita’s new podcast The Well Knitted Life, Continue reading