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September 16, 2003


Michael Blowhard writes:

Dear Friedrich --

My theme this time: Some Boss Chick Blogs.

* Glad to see that Polly Frost is blogging once again, here. Polly's better than any writer I know of at experiencing art (and discussing it) both from the point of view of the audience and the point of view of the artist. Glad to see too that her writing life's at a lively stage, what with readings of her work happening soon in both Pasadena and Worcester, Mass.

* After time away spent doing some blog-relocating and blog-redecorating, Alice Bachini is once again posting regularly. (Alice's blog now lives at a sensible new address, here.) Is there anyone who hasn't yet sampled Alice's writing? If so, get ready for a one-of-a-kind mixture of ranting, flirtatiousness, performance art and whimsy.

* Martine, of Ni Vu Ni Connu, has also been doing some blog-redecorating, but is once again welcoming visitors here. Martine posts -- in French and English -- witty and festive verbal snapshots from Montreal. Classy new design, too.

* The possessor of one of the quietest of blogging voices, S.Y. Affolee (here) also has one of blogdom's most thoughtful and observant minds. In her very subdued way, she shows off lots of energy and dazzle; she's another Boss Chick Blogger not to be missed.



posted by Michael at September 16, 2003


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