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Roxana Preda <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 1 Aug 2014 20:42:29 +0100
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Quoting "Golding,Alan C." <[log in to unmask]> on Fri, 1 Aug  
2014 19:29:07 +0000:

> Hi, Roxana,
> In the hope that it's fixable, I just wanted to point out a typo--on  
> the Society website and on FB--in the CFP for Louisville. The dates  
> are Feb. 26-28, 2015, not, of course, Feb. 28-28.
> All best,
> Alan
> -----Original Message-----
> From: - Ezra Pound discussion list of the University of Maine  
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Roxana Preda
> Sent: Friday, August 01, 2014 2:58 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: a new society bulletin
> Dear Poundians,
> Conference season with calls for papers and deadlines for abstracts  
> is again upon us. For now, please check out the society website for  
> the latest announcements.
> For those of you who'd like to take part in a conference through a  
> society panel, the conferences at Louisville and Brunnenburg have  
> immediate relevance, deadlines are mid-September and mid-October.  
> For these two conferences I would like to propose to you the topic  
> of Pound and the other arts. If you have relevant work in the field  
> and wish to present, send me your abstract as soon as possible.
> If you want to make contact or inquiries even informally, please write to me.
> Make It New I 2
> The new issue of the society magazine is now online and waiting for  
> its readers. This new issue is longer than the first. We've had more  
> contributors, more illustrations, more pizzazz.
> May I draw your attention to the three reviews we have on Matthew  
> Feldman's book of Pound's propaganda. This is an experiment that  
> we're making for the first time and I hope it will be useful. It  
> will certainly give a more nuanced opinion on Pound's hybris and our  
> views on it.
> The Music Column showcases what is arguably the best piece of music  
> Pound wrote, his violin melody on Dante's "Al poco giorno". I defy  
> anyone who says otherwise!
> We have also launched a new series in the magazine - The World in  
> Pound's work - we start it by Prof. Zhaoming Qian's journey to the  
> Na-Khi region. I am sure Prof. Qian is not the only one who explores  
> the world following the cantos. If you have interesting material  
> from your travels, please tell us about it.
> The method of reading the magazine of the website has now changed,  
> because of the issue length. I hope it is straightforward and clear  
> but should you run into difficulties, drop me a line.
> As previously, the table of contents is open access, but in order to  
> actually read the magazine, you have to log in. When you have done  
> so, hover over the link to the issue to open the submenu with the  
> links to the articles.
> For those of you who are interested in video work, you might be glad  
> to know that I have created a Youtube channel for the society.
> Ideally, we should have there the best video material on Pound. If  
> anyone would like to take care of the selection and quality, let me  
> know.
> Happy reading and stay in touch,
> Roxana
> --
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The University of Edinburgh is a charitable body, registered in
Scotland, with registration number SC005336.