Browsing All posts tagged under »Angelo Suarez«

The Unsettling Dust: A Short Retrospective

October 22, 2011

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1. Misspellings, misuse of the words “ng” , “nang”, “has”, and “have”, plus a bunch of non-existent words and a stack of missing commas pepper Dumot, which I have been told, is a book that might put off readers of the pedestrian kind and raise the eyebrows of grammar and spelling police. Some people might […]

Righting Wrongs

October 9, 2011

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A few days after Dumot was released, a lady with a kind heart and laser-like eagle eyes sent a letter to Visprint that listed her comments concerning a number of errors she saw in the book. This is a detailed response to that letter.              Oct. 8, 2011   Beverly […]