To the mass dismay of many in the kingdom of biblioblogdom (and those in that particular kingdom know who they are), I’ll be hosting the March Carnival (to be posted April 1, 2010). And no, no April Fool’s joke that. Tyler had asked me a while back if I wished to do March or April and today he concretized the request and so I’m the lucky March Carnivalist (51 or 52- I’m not sure. I think several have not been posted… lazy gits) (to be posted, again, on April 1).
Oh I can just imagine the hand wringing and carping that will commence when word gets out! What fun!
Anywho, since I don’t follow any of the biblioblogs much any more (except for Crossley, who posts so seldomly that I can drop in once a quarter and quickly catch up) and Goodacre and Tilling (who now posts even less than Crossley) and a few others, I’ll need to get your suggestions.
If not, I’ll be left to my own devices. And that’s never a good thing. It results in all manner of finger pointing and mockery. Which, come to think of it, might be very fun. After all, since I’m an outsider I can make light of those silly overly serious people who seem to be the vast majority of bibliobloggers and what can they do? Exclude me? That’s a right hard thing to do when one has withdrawn from the company.
Oh my mind is really reeling now. Loren and Chris and James and Michael and Stephen and Rod… oh yes, Rod and Joel… what fun could be had with them; what malicious mocking is even now poking its head up from the fertile and manured plains of their flat and dull landscape like a little prairie dog watching for an approaching foe…
April 1 is going to be a very, very good day. A day that will live in infamy!
[NB- please do send along suggestions for inclusion. I won’t be able to collect much of worth if you don’t. And feel free to brag about yourself. If you’ve posted something interesting, do tell. Don’t be so shy.]