IVP - Strangely Dim - Blizzardous

September 27, 2007

Blizzardous

Not sure what happened, but some fifteen minutes after I closed comments on an old Strangely Dim post, the screen went blank. Maybe it's a glitch in the system, maybe it's the most ill-conceived terrorist attack to date: robbing the world of Strangely Dim may sneaky and underhanded, but it will not bring the U.S. culturo-politico-economy to a grinding halt.

Or perhaps it's a prank designed to wake me and Lisa up to the fact that neither of us has posted anything for a couple of weeks. So sorry--there's more to publishing than blogging, I'm afraid, and we've both been too busy. The IVP-geeks out there might be tempted to respond with a snappy retort along the lines of "Too busy not to blog?!?" but don't bother: that joke is already out of the saltshaker and into the world.

Anyway, sorry for the long silence. Coming soon, rabbits aplenty.

Posted by Dave Zimmerman at September 27, 2007 1:08 PM Bookmark and Share

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Lisa Rieck is a reader and writer who likes to discuss good ideas over hot drinks and gets inspired by the sky. She takes in all kinds of good ideas as a proofreader for InterVarsity Press.

Rebecca Larson is a writer/designer/creative type who has infiltrated IVP's web department, where she writes and edits online content. She enjoys a good pun and loves the smell of freshly printed books.

David A. Zimmerman is an editor for Likewise Books and a columnist for Burnside Writers Collective. He's written three books, most recently The Parable of the Unexpected Guest. Follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/unexpguest. Find his personal blog at loud-time.com.

Suanne Camfield is a publicist for InterVarsity Press and a freelance writer. She floats ungracefully between work, parenting and writing, and (much to her dismay) finds it impossible to read on a treadmill. She is a member of the Redbud Writers Guild and blogs at The Rough Cut.

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