Tuesday, December 19, 2006

hiatus

hi·a·tus [hahy-ey-tuhs]
–noun, plural -tus·es, -tus.
1. a break or interruption in the continuity of a work, series, action, etc.
2. a missing part; gap or lacuna: Scholars attempted to account for the hiatus in the medieval manuscript.
3. any gap or opening.

due to some stuff going on with me, the mama calendar is taking a year off.
I want to thank all of my contributors for their beautiful work, which I look forward to including in the 2008 edition. meanwhile, I'm spending time with my family, getting well and catching up on other work.

of course, all funds sent for pre-orders are being refunded!

and, if you're still shopping for a 2007 calendar, there are lots of options out there. one I really like is nikki mcclure's.
the website says out of stock today, but I picked one up for half off at whole foods just the other day...
I'd also like to check out heather cushman-dowdee's Hathor the Cow Goddess Calendar.
and hanging on my wall already is the completely wonderful louisiana festivals calendar made by julie posner.

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