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FORKNI-L Digest - 11 Apr 2004 to 12 Apr 2004 (#2004-100)

Mon, 12 Apr 2004

There are 4 messages totalling 206 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Admin: Forkni-l Rules -- Forever Peter Rabbit
  2. Raven Awards Winners 2004!
  3. GWD in Lear - YOWSA! (2)


Date:    Sun, 11 Apr 2004 17:15:53 -0500
From:    Lisa McDavid <mclisa@m.......>
Subject: Admin: Forkni-l Rules -- Forever Peter Rabbit

Forever Peter Rabbit:
He was brought across one night when Screed was drunk,
Preyed on chickens for their eggs.
Now he wants to be mortal again,
To repay society for his sins,
To emerge from darkness and his endless, forever baskets.
--Oops, guess McLisa shouldn't have had that second glass of wine for Easter
dinner. :)

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Date:    Mon, 12 Apr 2004 14:22:16 +1200
From:    Kylie Tucker <kiwisun@i.......>
Subject: Raven Awards Winners 2004!

Hi everyone! Feel free to pass this on to your lists.

Happy Easter to our Christian followers!

The winners have Finally been announced! Check out the Winners page on the
RA website!! http://homepages.ihug.co.nz/~sharkyl/

Well done to everyone who entered!
This years competition ran very close, indeed, especially in the Adultus and
Poetica categories!

A big 'well done' and congrats for Gwenn and Knight Ranger who stepped out
of their comfort zones big time to enter in the Novus and Novus Adultus

Many, many thanks to the judges who gave up their time and put in the hard
work of grading each entry! A round of applause for them. Feel free to post
your thanks here!

If you are an entrant and would like some honest feedback from the judges
about your story, please write a note to the main Raven Awards list
(remember to include your story title) and they will respond, if they are
willing and able, to you directly.(not on list)
And remember to all the readers out there to give the entrants feedback!

Any questions or comments please feel free to ask me!
ciao for now,


Date:    Mon, 12 Apr 2004 13:14:54 -0500
From:    Sami Swan Thompson <tsigili@e.......>
Subject: Re: GWD in Lear - YOWSA!

Hi, Gang ~

Thanks to Marla Kaye, I got to see the play last week, and I was absolutely
blown away by Ger's stage presence.  NOW I understand what everyone was
talking about when they said, "You've GOT to see him on stage. He's simply
incredible."  Attention, everybody who told me that:  You were right!

It was my first visit to New York City, but I had no interest whatsoever in
seeing the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, etc.  I was there
to visit Marla, and to see Ger in the play.  Anything else was just icing
on the cake.  I did enjoy schlepping around in Times Square. At the Port
Authority, I shared my pretzel with a pleasant homeless guy, and bought some
souvenirs.  And I did spend a lot of time on Sunday walking up and down
Madison Avenue - but that was strictly medicinal - it replaced the physical
therapy I was missing. {Besides, all the little shops were adorable!}.

With my "bad photographer's curse" working, I did not get any good pictures.
I took the pricey camera, and I took along the good film.  Unfortunately, the
pricey camera decided to BREAK just as Ger lined up with all of the fans after
the play.  The pricey, deceptive camera clicked just as if it were doing its
job, taking pictures, fooling me into thinking that we were going to have
wonderful photos.  Only when we took the film in for processing did we learn
of the camera's treachery.  I want this camera prosecuted!  I want charges to
be filed, prison time to be served at camera prison!  <sniff, sniff>

And Ger was, as always, totally charming.  Even though his parents were there,
waiting for him, he took a little time to visit with us, pose for pictures
{THAT WERE NOT BEING TAKEN, DAMMIT}, and joke a little. In fact, Ger's mom
was sweet enough to stand in for one of the photos {AAAARRRGGGHHH!}. Then Ger
and his mom and dad left, and the rest of us nearly froze our fannies off
trying to get a cab.  But we didn't mind, because we were all so happy about
getting such great photos.  <sob>  Can you tell I'm really not taking the
whole broken camera thing very well? Wonder what would happen if I spilled
Coca-Cola on it... No, no, just kidding. I know, gotta move past it....

Anyway, I'm writing a review of King Lear.  I'm also collecting reviews of
the play from other people, in order to create a webpage of reviews. If you
would like to contribute, please polish up a couple of paragraphs {or just a
few lines} and send them to me at tsigili@e........

Oh, and if you have any good Lear-related photos you'd like to share, please
let me know.  I'll put those up on the webpage {crediting you as photographer}
and wrap the review text around them.

Looking forward to receiving your comments!


Sami Swan Thompson   tsigili@e.......   SAVOR EVERY DAY!
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Date:    Mon, 12 Apr 2004 14:20:23 -0400
From:    Jeannie Ecklund <Gersknightlady@a.......>
Subject: Re: GWD in Lear - YOWSA!

Thanks for sharing your experience about seeing Lear and meeting Ger.  I'm so
sorry your camera failed you.  I've been there and its frustrating.  Most of my
digitals of Ger are very dark and semi developed...like it smeared or didn't
have enough light to see the images.  The one I have of him and I from my Fair
Lady he has his eyes closed :).

I hope I do get to see him again one day. Thanks again Sami for sharing.



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