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March 10th, 2005

Random Text Markov Generator . . . [Mar. 10th, 2005|04:54 pm]
This is courtesy of the above, which simply jumbles together text from the livejournal:

"I have favorite words and you've got a gold-plated paradox."

"Yes, you heard me right. She wants to drink the water from the pack on the right track."

"I may introduce a limited run of a woman's psyche, for their insight into the King's palace. Who can she be?"

"On the heels of Cheney's praise, I'm starting to come out next month."

"I'm only one third of five hundred, of a different plane."

There is a point where you just have to throw up your hands and run screaming from the room . . .
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Wildside and Diamond Press Release [Mar. 10th, 2005|05:49 pm]

Vice President of Sales and Marketing Kuo-Yu Liang
(917) 769-6595 • lkuo@diamondcomics.com

March 1, 2005

Wildside Press, Diamond Sign Booktrade Agreement

Wildside Press has selected Diamond Book Distributors as the exclusive U.S. and non-exclusive worldwide distributor of the majority of its books to the bookstore, library, warehouse, mass merchandise, specialty mass merchandise, and comic book specialty markets.

Since its founding in 1989 by John and Kim Betancourt, Wildside Press — with its imprints Prime Books, Cosmos Books, Borgo Press, and Point Blank — has been one of the industry’s leading publishers of science-fiction and fantasy. Specializing in keeping classic books in print, Wildside has a stable of talent that includes multiple award-winner Robert Silverberg, Science Fiction Grandmaster Anne McCaffrey, and Hugo Award-winning editor George Scithers. Wildside is also a source for developing new, award-winning genre titles. The publisher’s considerable accomplishments include books that have been nominated for the Hugo Award and won the World Fantasy Award.

“We at Diamond are thrilled to welcome Wildside to our family of publishers,” said Diamond Vice President of Purchasing Bill Schanes. “Its impressive stable of science-fiction and fantasy novels has been a constant in the industry for years.”

Diamond seems like the perfect fit for Wildside,” said Wildside Press’s President and Publisher, John Betancourt. “We are very excited by the new opportunities Diamond’s distribution offers and look forward to a long and mutually rewarding relationship.”

Diamond’s Sales Team will begin working with bookstores, book wholesalers, warehouse clubs, mass merchandisers, and libraries to place Wildside Press’s titles across the country.

1966 Greenspring Drive, Suite 300 • Timonium, MD 21093
Phone (410) 560-7100 • FAX: (410) 560-7148 • www.diamondcomics.com

DIAMOND BOOK DISTRIBUTORS (DBD) is a division of Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc., the world's largest distributor of English-language comic books and related merchandise. Under the guidance of Vice President of Sales and Marketing Kuo-Yu Liang, an 18-year veteran of the retail publishing and book trade, DBD is dedicated to making a wide selection of graphic novels and other pop culture collectibles available to the mainstream book market.
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People of the Dark: The Weird Works of Robert E. Howard, Volume 3 [Mar. 10th, 2005|06:30 pm]
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Time in a Bottle . . . in a Bottle . . . in a Bottle . . . [Mar. 10th, 2005|10:00 pm]
[Current Mood |indescribable]

If I could save time in a bottle
The first thing that I’d like to do
Is to save every day
Till eternity passes away
Just to spend them with you

If I could make days last forever
If words could make wishes come true
I’d save every day like a treasure and then,
Again, I would spend them with you

But there never seems to be enough time
To do the things you want to do
Once you find them
I’ve looked around enough to know
That you’re the one I want to go
Through time with

If I had a box just for wishes
And dreams that had never come true
The box would be empty
Except for the memory
Of how they were answered by you

But there never seems to be enough time
To do the things you want to do
Once you find them
I’ve looked around enough to know
That you’re the one I want to go
Through time with
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