MLA! Hooray!

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Okay, so maybe not.

Since I drove out to IA for the holidays, I had to drive back, detouring in DC for MLA. Yes, that means that, rather than a full-fledged Christmas dinner, I got to sate myself Sunday night with 200-odd miles on I-74.

But I'm here now, for whatever that's worth. And unlike Clancy, I promise no blogging. Or rather, I'm not going to promise any blogging. Our interview schedule is mercifully light, and I hope to catch up with a friend or two, and I hope that's all I have to report.

One nifty surprise was seeing Byron in the lobby of my hotel and catching up with him for a spell. In conversation with him, I realized that this is the first MLA I've attended since 1999. That's a streak I wouldn't have minded continuing, but alas.

Good luck to those who are interviewing for positions...

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Guilt-Free from Planned Obsolescence on December 28, 2005 4:26 AM

There is something quite lovely about reading everybody's early MLA posts and knowing that, not only am I totally not going there this year (for only the second time since 1996), I'm not even on the same continent.  Why is it that avo...

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MLA 2005 from thanks for not being a zombie on December 28, 2005 4:02 PM

It's time, once again, for the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association. "Blogging MLA," by Clancy Ratliff "MLA: The Random Example," by Scott Eric Kauffman "Nine These for the MLA Convention," by John Emerson "Three MLA Observations, one of... Read More

MLA from afar from Schenectady Synecdoche on December 28, 2005 10:40 PM

I'm in New York. MLA isn't. But Clancy is there, promising to blog, and Collin is there, as well, but making no rash promises. Nick Gillespie is out of the gate, with "The Kids Are All Right, Dammit" (though, puckishly,... Read More

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