[Translation] two releases for translation

Val Grimm val.grimm at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 04:22:49 PDT 2009

So fast! Merci beaucoup.


On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 04:36, <sylvst at total.net> wrote:

> Here is the translation, in DOC format.
> Sylvain
> Quoting Val Grimm <val.grimm at gmail.com>:
>  Two releases. I need the top one about Progress Report 4 ASAP. Thanks!
>> Best
>> Val
>>    Progress Report 4 Now Available.
>>    Anticipation, the 67th World Science Fiction Convention, released its
>>    fourth Progress Report on April 28, 2009.
>>    This report includes a variety of material: an update on our exhibits
>> (like artshow), events
>>    (such as our Masquerade and the Aurora Award Banquet) and our diverse
>> tracks of  programming. Three high-profile names in SF have also
>> contributed
>> appreciations of three of our guests of honour: Michael Swanwick on David
>> Hartwell; Orson Scott Card on Tom Doherty, and Cory Doctorow on Neil
>> Gaiman.
>> We are also providing more information on member services; updated
>> membership rate information (including weekend-only admission prices), a
>> list of attending authors, artists and other professionals,  and the
>> proposed agenda for the WSFS business meeting. The cover art is by our Fan
>> Guest of Honour Taral Wayne. Paper copies of PR #4 will be mailed to those
>> members of Anticipation who have requested one. Downloadable PDFs
>> (including
>> a large print version) are currently available online at:
>> http://www.anticipationsf.ca/English/ProgressReports.
>> Online Hugo voting opens.
>>    The online ballot for the 2008 Hugo Awards is now available at: #URL#.
>> All mail-in ballots must be postmarked by June 26, 2009. All votes (Both
>> mail-in and electronic) must be received by midnight (2359hrs.) Eastern
>> Daylight Time (EDT) July 3. Only attending and supporting members of
>> Anticipation are eligible to vote. If you are not already a member,
>> consult
>> http://anticipationsf.ca/English/Membership for more information on
>> becoming
>> one. Both attending and supporting members have the right to vote for the
>> Hugo Awards and in Worldcon Site Selection for 2011.
>> The Hugo Award, first presented in 1953, celebrates the best in the field
>> of
>> science fiction and fantasy. Recipients are chosen by members of the World
>> Science Fiction Society (WSFS). The Hugos are presented each year at the
>> World Science Fiction Convention.
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