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 Topic: Where's the entry for Harold Norse?

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Joined: 31 Jan 2005
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Interests: Poetry (especially that of the Beats, Harold Norse, Arthur Rimbaud, and Jack Spicer)
Physical Location: Portland, OR

Posted: 31 Jan 2005, 11:51 pm    Post subject: Where's the entry for Harold Norse? Reply with quote

Your website has invaluable information and is a great central source. So why is such an important poet as Harold Norse ("Karma Circuit", "Beat Hotel", "Memoirs of a Bastard Angel") missing from your pages? It seems like too serious an error to be believed.

Another missing entry, although I'm prejudiced here, is one for the literary journal "The James White Review" (I was a co-founder in 1983 in Minneapolis, MN, and was its chief designer and co-editor until 1991), now operated by Lambda Literary Association.

Being incomplete casts a shadow on your overall excellence.

continued good luck with your on-going project . . . .

Greg Baysans
Co-founder, The James White Review
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Joined: 03 Mar 2003
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Interests: History, the Web
Physical Location: Chicago

Posted: 2 Feb 2005, 12:49 pm    Post subject: Re: Where's the entry for Harold Norse? Reply with quote

Hi Greg,

Thanks for your compliments about and for your suggestions.

The glbtq encyclopedia is the world's largest encyclopedia of GLBT culture, but that doesn't mean it's finished. Like any encyclopedia, it is constantly growing.

Harold Norse is on our list of planned additions to the encyclopedia.

We generally do not have entries on individual publications, so we are not planning an entry on the James White Review, though the review is mentioned in the Literature section of the encyclopedia in the overview entry on Journalism and Publishing.

Since is constantly growing, we welcome suggestions for additions to the encyclopedia and to the Web site.

Thanks again for yours.

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