ASL anthology now in print!
sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Sun Sep 3 00:06:43 UTC 2006
September 2, 2006
Hello Kim and Everyone...
I received your ASL Anthology, Kim, in the mail today. THANK YOU!
It is charming...the cover is very nice...SignWriting is written in
handwriting on the front cover with illustrations, and on the back
cover the SignWriting symbols are written directly on top of pictures
of the hands...good way of teaching... ;-)
I will scan the cover for everyone to see...
And then in the inside, the book is filled with different writing
styles...left to right horizontal, down in vertical columns, some
literature in handwriting, some written with software, different
stories and short sentences to read in ASL...a compilation of old and
new literature...very interesting...
I am working on several new web postings, and one of them will be a
new SignWriting Shop where SignWriting authors can post their
publications to be sold on the web...and this ASL Anthology will be
one of them...
Thanks again, Kim!
On Jul 17, 2006, at 5:06 AM, Kimberley A. Shaw wrote:
> Hello all you SignWriters:
> the first 50 copies of my anthology of SignWritten ASL stories are now
> ready to go out into the wide world! As well as including some stories
> from the signwriting site, there are also transcribed excerpts Lou
> David Watkins', and Bernard Bragg's signing, as well as an original
> by Michele Bornert, and an ABC story by Bill Vicars.
> So, if Kevin Clark, Donald Baer, Gabriel Tollette or Paulette
> Sottak are
> still anywhere near the SW list, please contact me directly at
> "skifoot at vtext.com" for your gratis contributor's copy.
> Of course, you get a copy too, Val!
> Everybody else, the cost per copy is $15, for this first printing.
> Harmon, and "Nancy from Seattle", I have your copies set aside if you
> still want them!
> Kim from Boston
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