Jedediah Berry

Mon 19 Feb 2007 - Filed under: Not a Journal., | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Gavin

A post delayed by travel &c. from earlier in the year.

We have an announcement concerning Jedediah Berry. We are proud and happy to announce that Mr. Berry, who has long labored deeply down there in the vineyards of Small Beer Press, has been hired on as our first Assistant Editor. The excitement around our 42-story HQ has been and is still palpable. We encourage artists to send us their impressions of the scene wherein Mr. Berry received his first paycheck.

Mr. Berry has labored in the employ of Conjunctions, jubilat, and the PEN Journal. He is the star of at least one YouTube sensation. A number of his stories can be perused online: “Selections from The Book of Beasts” on La Petite Zine; “Thumb War” on Pindeldyboz. He can be seen on the cover of Danielle Pafunda’s poetry collection, Pretty Young Thing. These are only a few of his accomplishments.

Mr. Berry now has a website, The Third Archive, the actuality of which provided the impetus for this post.

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  1. Erik on February 20th, 2007 4:40 pm

    Well deserved indeed. I always like the cut of his jib. Cut-wise, no other jibs could compare.

  2. Michael on February 22nd, 2007 2:07 pm

    Woo!

  3. AWP: Day 2, in words at pinkyspaperhaus on March 2nd, 2007 9:49 pm

    […] After Gwenda and Christopher and Jed and Gavin and Kelly stayed up late with me Thursday night and the helicopters began early, my AWP day started at noon. Virtually Infinite: The Broad Reach and Vast Potential of the Online Literary Journal — great title, panel not so much. The guy who had the most interesting things to say got to speak the least. You can listen to it if you like, tho — podcast here. […]

  4. AWP fashion. Seriously. at pinkyspaperhaus on March 6th, 2007 9:41 am

    […] To capture the seriously bad fashion of AWP, we employed a decoy maneuver. Someone (Christopher Rowe, Gwenda Bond, Gavin Grant, Jed Berry or me) would pose near the fashion plate. Picture snapped. Christopher poses with Walter Mosley, who treads the fine line between fashion forward and fashion disaster. Click on the pic to scroll through the set on Flickr. […]

  5. Gark Mrob on June 11th, 2007 10:59 am

    Congrats on a talented writer/editor.

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