writer needed: language in New England history

Laurence Horn laurence.horn at YALE.EDU
Thu Nov 6 15:00:30 UTC 2003

At 9:45 AM -0500 11/6/03, Mark A. Mandel wrote:
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Thu, 06 Nov 2003 00:42:36 -0500
>From: Elka Tovah Davidoff <etm at world.std.com>
>To: mamandel at ldc.upenn.edu
>Subject: unusual question
>Hello! This is a bit of an unusual question, but I thought you might be
>able to offer some advice. Solomon is editing a book on New England Culture
>(part of a series on regional cultures for Greenwood), and one of his
>section authors has turned out to be unreliable. So he's trying to find a
>replacement. I thought perhaps you might know somebody relevant? He's
>looking for someone to write 15,000 words on Language as it appears in New
>England history. The author gets a few hundred dollars and the opportunity
>to appear in a major academic publication. :-) Could even be a grad student
>if they're qualified. Unfortunately time is short b/c it only became clear
>recently that the original author wasn't going to deliver. As I said, I
>know it's a slight chance but I thought it couldn't hurt to ask... might
>you be interested, or know anyone who would be?
>If not, well, it's still a chance to say Hello. :-) Thanks for any help you
>can offer, hope all is well on your side of the keyboard!
>- Elka

Frank Abate, are you there?


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