Beeeep; another 15 minutes!

Just finished a pretty amazing phone interview for the re-launch of BMEradio (top secret for now)… Now it's off to Vanilla for transcription and when she's got that done I've got a brief online followup to do and I'll get it posted (it'll go in the Publisher's Ring, I think that's where I'm going to put interviews as well).

Also, just got the following email. I'm posting it as is, unscreened (ie. I can't vouch for her as good or evil since I haven't talked to her), but if anyone wants to drop her a line feel free:

From: "Jeannie Kim" <jeanniek95@hotmail.com>
Subject: writer looking for interview subjects
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 16:34:01 -0500

Hi Shannon--a couple of people on the AOL Teens piercing/tattoos board recommended that I contact you. I'm writing a book for Scholastic Inc. Hi/Lo Series--a series designed for kids and teens who have trouble reading, sold directly to schools for use in the classroom. The title I'm working on is called "Teen Health" (about teen health, obviously) and there will be a chapter about tattoos and piercings, covering the health risks and how to do it safely. I'm looking for teens (preferably 15-18) to quote in this chapter, talking about the tattoos and piercings they have, how long they've had them, why they decided to get them, etc. I was hoping that you might be able to help me find some teens to interview, either through bmezine.com or through your personal contacts. They would be quoted by first name and age only (they can use a pseudonym if they want), no other identifying information. I can do interviews via email, IM, or phone, whichever they prefer.

If you could help me connect with some teens, I would really appreciate it. You can email me if you have any more questions about this, or call me at 917-***-****.

Jeannie Kim

If someone wants to call her drop me an IM and I'll give you her number, but I'm obviously not going to post it publicly! (Or you can just email her of course).

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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