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October 21, 2004

Missing Orders

We have just discovered that during the last two weeks of September and most likely the first week of October, our local neighborhood blue mail drop box had been the victim of routine burglury. We would never have known this but for the fact that my landlord began to call wondering to what mysterious destiniation our rent check had been delivered. Then the bank called, thankfully, wondering who the hell JOHN ANTHONY MOFFAT is and why was he writing checks on Jim's account. Oh yeah, this smarmy bastard had created checks using our banking info that he pulled off our rent check to EMPTY OUR ACCOUNT. Luckily the mess what caught in time and the bank responded appropriately, but the secondary issue is that all orders that were dropped into the box in that time frame are now in the possession of one alias John Anthony Moffat, aka: the scumbag.

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I am so sorry to hear that some of you have not yet received your order!! I am not sure who has and who has not, so if you are one of those folks, please do drop me an e-mail and just as soon as I get back from massachusetts on October 26th, I will get your order off to you again. And this time I will bring them to the damn post office.

Again, my apologies!

Posted by bethamsel at 09:05 AM

October 07, 2004

Erik Hoffner, photographer

Have you seen the cover of my second record, Kindling? If so, then you have already been introduced to the lovely photography of Erik Hoffner. I have just learned that he has a new website displaying his work and I can't help but shout about it. Erik's photographs are rich in texture, detail, and visual emotion. I know of no other photographer but for Ansel Adams who so beautifully captures a single moment of a wider, quiet world. Check him out at www.erikhoffner.com.

Posted by bethamsel at 06:42 PM