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permalink #226 of 234: David Gans (tnf) Fri 13 Dec 02 23:17
    
Congratulations, David!
  
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permalink #227 of 234: Jon Lebkowsky (jonl) Sat 14 Dec 02 03:18
    
That's great, David!
  
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permalink #228 of 234: Jack King (gjk) Sat 14 Dec 02 08:06
    

That is outstanding!
  
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permalink #229 of 234: mother of my eyelid (frako) Sat 14 Dec 02 10:05
    
What great news!
  
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permalink #230 of 234: David A. Mason (mntnwolf) Sat 14 Dec 02 23:17
    
Thanks, folks!

By the way, this book is going on sale at Gateways, a big health/ 
spirit/travel/etc book/music store on the downtown mall in Santa
Cruz.  The first bookstore outside of Korea to carry it in stock
(that i know of).  They have a web-site, will do mail-order...
  
inkwell.vue.150 : David Mason: Spirit of the Mountains
permalink #231 of 234: Cynthia Dyer-Bennet (cdb) Mon 16 Dec 02 12:13
    
Most excellent, David. It's such a gorgeous book, I'm so glad to hear it's
going to be placed in so many libraries!
  
inkwell.vue.150 : David Mason: Spirit of the Mountains
permalink #232 of 234: David A. Mason (mntnwolf) Tue 17 Dec 02 03:51
    
Yeah, it's good for that...  attracts the eye.  Found at a library,
it might turn some people on to Korean culture, who had never given
it any consideration (like me, before i first arrived here).
 
  
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permalink #233 of 234: Gerry Feeney (gerry) Wed 16 Apr 03 06:41
    
I'm coming awfully late to this, but just wanted to say
congratulations to you, David.  Sorry for being a stranger to inkwell
lately.
  
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permalink #234 of 234: Gerry Feeney (gerry) Sat 27 Dec 03 12:04
    
...

At the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, we have "Then and Now"
Korean exhibitions:  http://www.asianart.org/currentexhibitions.htm

I visited it yesterday with <poet-lariat> and his wife, Bev.  Included
in the works was a san-shin image and explanation.  I noticed a number
of other works that featured the tiger and the gnarly pine, but with
no sagely elder. 
  



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