Posted by: Liza Rosenberg | November 13, 2006

Shameless self-promotion

Sorry it’s been so quiet around here. I’ve just got so much going on lately that I haven’t been able to focus on one of the few enjoyable things – blogging. I’ve got quite a few ideas for entries swirling around in my head, and hopefully, I’ll get myself sorted out enough to actually write them (lots of pictures too!). In the meantime, I’m going to leave you with a bit of shameless self-promotion.

A few months ago, I was contacted by the editor of an Italy-based publication – Here – Notes from the Present, which is published in both English and Italian, and comes out in a web-based format as well as a print format. He’d found my blog and wanted to know if he could include excerpts from some of the entries I’d written over the course of the summer. I agreed, and the edition in which the excerpts appear came out at the end of October. I’m expecting to receive print versions in the mail any day now (one for us and one for my parents – seems only fitting since Dad has always told me that I write well, and I never quite believed him), and the latest online version can be found in English here, and in Italian, it can be found here. If you want to find a little bit more about me than I’ve revealed on the blog, check out the Contributors section.

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  1. Pshh!! Congratulations!

    And when we eventually meet you’ll have to explain exactly how one pronounces the place you grew up…

  2. Ahhh, Schenectady… you didn’t want to give them the American Indian name, then, huh, Liza??

    Skeh-nehk-tady is the closest I come to a phonetic spelling a la Nicole…

    the sch is pronounced as an sk, just like in the word school.

  3. Congratulations! That’s great news!!


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