Dear readers,
You may have noticed things have gone a bit quiet lately. has been active since 2006, and with your support and readership over the years it became a popular hub. Now in 2015, my own priorities are changing and I am putting the activities of the site on indefinite hold.

For now, the site remains up so that the archives can still be accessed. At this stage the obvious thing to do is to sell off the domain name and archive the key materials (interviews, etc) elsewhere on the web. Nothing will happen quickly so any proposals from within the community are of interest — please get in touch if you have an idea or proposal.

It’s been a lot of fun, and I’m grateful for all the help I’ve received along the way (credits below). Thanks again to all of you, the readers, for your ongoing support.
Best wishes,
Michelle Kasprzak

Credits: was founded by Michelle Kasprzak in 2006 and the managing editor from 2011-2014 was Mikhel Proulx. Others who have generously contributed content to the site over the years include Katerina Gkoutziouli, April Steele, Sofia Landström, Sophie Williamson, Sophia Zhou, Lauren O’Connell, Luminita Apostu, Agnes Gryczkowska, Charu Maithani, and Antonia Blocker. Thanks also to the jurors for the Musée Imaginaire Concours: Kati Kivinen, Margriet Schavemaker, Ceci Moss, David Teh; and the Fellowship: Francis McKee and Sally Tallant.

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