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NSCAD Press on Two-Year Hiatus E-mail
Written by Michael LeBlanc   

Earlier this month, we received an email from Susan McEachern, Editorial Director of The Press:

The Press of the Nova Scotia Art and Design will be taking a two-year moratorium on the production of new publications starting July 2010.  The Press will continue to promote and distribute its existing publications as well as fulfill its contractual obligations to all of our authors and editors. We hope to renew our publishing activities in 2012.

Thank you very much for your interest in publishing with the Press.  I am sorry that we cannot review your manuscript for publication at this time but I sincerely hope that you will consider us in the future when we resume publication activities.

Work on the book progresses, but we are, for the moment, without a publisher!

 

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The Work and Life of Eric Aldwinckle

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Macleans: What are your hobbies?

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EA: In wartime my hobbies are warmongering, collecting sugar and hunting for tinned orange juice.

In between wars my hobbies are peacemongering, collecting butterflies, cross pollinating gladioli, hunting, shooting, fishing, riding, composing music, writing poetry, acting and producing theatricals, chess, tennis, yogi and hunting for butter, with an occasional game of bridge which I dislike intensely, if I have time.