Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Wolf

Guess who will be a visiting assistant professor at the University of West Georgia beginning this fall?

39 comments:

Annandale Dream Gazette said...

Hey, congratulations!

Peter said...

Congrats!

(I am assuming it is you, of course).

Paul said...

Your assumption is correct!

Stephanie said...

They couldn't have made a better choice, Paul! You Georgia Peach, you. :)

brent goodman said...

I give up - who!?

Seriously that's great news. Better than free raisin bread! Congrats you deserve it.

Artichoke Heart said...

Hooray and congratulations! That's wonderful news!

C. Dale said...

Congrats!

Taylor said...

It's about damn time you got some RESPEK!

Rebecca and I will totally be taking you out for a celebration when we get to Chattanooga.

Good news is good news.

Oliver de la Paz said...

WOOT! Congrats, Paul!

Leslie said...

Wahoooooo! I'm not all that familiar with west GA, but I'd be surprised if the SUVs there have automatic raisinbread ejection systems installed.

A. D. said...

Ooh, lucky them. Congratulations!

Ryan said...

Congratulations, Paul. That's wonderful news.

Reb said...

I have no idea, but I hope he's cute! (wink)

Matthew Thorburn said...

Congratulations -- That's great news, Paul!

Cynthia said...

DUDE! Excellent!

greg rappleye said...

Paul:

That is wonderful news!

Congratulations!

Yes, sir! That is way better than raisin bread!

bp said...

Awesome news! Congrats!

Matthew Guenette said...

Well played, old chap!

Paul said...

Aww....

jeannine said...

Yay! I'm so glad. Congrats, Paul! (And I believe in Georgia they dispense fried peach pies from their SUVs.)

Justin Evans said...

This is really great news!

Congratulations!

Charles said...

Is it Ann-Margret?

Dr. S said...

Oh, yeah! Congratulations!!!

cornshake said...

i KNEW it was just a matter of time...congrats!!

boxcarpoet said...

Terrific news! Congratulations!

Matthew said...

Paul, I've posted here a few times randomly before. But I got "Exit Interview" in the mail today and I wanted to tell you how great the poems are. Seriously. My consciousness is totally dilated. Thank you. Oh, and congratulations with the new job. What will you be teaching? As a fellow teacher, (I teach middle school English here in Worcester, Massachusetts), I wish you good luck this fall.

As a reward, you should treat yourself to some new music: the new Feist record out today is such a joy (I'm listening to it now) and also the new Panda Bear record is pretty perfect: like an acid-drenched Brian Wilson/Beach Boys album i think iTunes describes it. Also, if you can get your hands on it (it's not out yet but it's circling the internet), the new Bjork is pure ecstasy, obviously. Just some recommendations from a stranger. Again, thank you for the poems and keep them coming, sir.

poethussy said...

Gmail sucks! It really does. I got your email like, six hours later or something.

Just felt a rant coming on.

So, umm, this means that since our conversation was not completed, you will have to tell me all that stuff again, like course load, etc. You know, the usual routine.

:) Jen

Penultimatina said...

Wooohoooooooo!

Many, many congrats!

aka Leonardo Likes Gulls said...

happy days (or happy daze depending on how many papers you have to grade) are here again!

Congrats Paul. I'm very happy for you.

As Jeannine said, find those SUVs with the peach pies!

Cheers!
Kelli

Nick said...

Felicitations on the great news!

Anonymous said...

Wow, what great news. Congratulations! deb at 32

Steven D. Schroeder said...

Congratulations!

Eduardo C. Corral said...

Yeah! Are you going to give all the cute girls As?

Anne said...

I'm late to the party, but congratulations!

Pamela said...

Congratulations!

Laura Li Ziegler said...

Congratulations! That's terrific news!

Anonymous said...

OMG! OMG! I knew it would happen. So happy for you, dear!

-- Wendy (couldn't remember my blogger login info!)

21 Stars Food Review said...

Serious congrats! You and Chad in one place. Danger must ensue.

Julie said...

Congratulations, PG!!! I'm sorry you're not here, but I've got a "mother in law" in West Georgia and I go twice a year! We'll have that drink together someday, fo sho!