…start with the auctioning of : “Emergency Measures” (Sono Nis, 1976). “‘Emergency Measures’ establishes John Baglow as one of the few North American poets with vision, intelligence, wit, linguistic equipment and technical competence to command serious reading and response anywhere on Earth. In any language.” ~J. Michael Yates
A rare first edition, personally . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Dr. Dawg Fundraising Efforts, Part II
Richard Warman has launched an Indiegogo campaign to help pay some of the legal expenses Dr. Dawg incurred during his legal battle with the Fourniers and others at FreeDominion. You can find out more about it here. They’ve collecting about $400 in a couple of hours. And I too will be donating $. Very soon. . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Help Out With Dr. Dawg’s Legal Bill
The Fourniers pay up, and his defamation case against various FreeD denizens slowly proceeds. Mark says:
We are getting our ducks in a row and expect to have a stellar cast of experts lined up on court day.
Love to know who those people are. The pool of folks who can argue the state of Internet defamation law in . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Congrats Dr. Dawg
Some people might know that Dr. Dawg took the Fourniers to court for allegedly defamatory comments made some time back by FreeD member Roger Smith (aka Peter O’Donnell). In the first go-round, Dawg lost a summary judgement when the judge decided that pretty much anything goes in the political blogosphere and the appellant (Dawg), when confronted with the alleged . . . → Read More: BigCityLib Strikes Back: Free Dominion Vs. Dr Dawg: Dawg Wins This Round