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dumbfoundry crew joined by poet Stu Hatton:
dumbfoundry is lucky to have Stu Hatton, particularly since he's been kind enough to agree not only to contribute with blog posts, but to spring-clean the blogroll as well. [There's an email address on the dumbfoundry blog, in case we've missed anybody out or you see a defunct link.]

Here's Stu's bio:
Born in Boston, England, I moved to Melbourne in 1986 and have lived there ever since. My poetry has been published in a range of print and online journals. I've also performed my work on radio, at spoken word events around Melbourne, and at various poetry festivals, including the Melbourne Writers' Festival, Overload Poetry Festival and the Montsalvat Festival of Poetry and Song. I recently completed an MA at Deakin University, where I teach professional and creative writing. In 2006, I was awarded a mentorship through the Australian Society of Authors, which I undertook in 2007 with Dorothy Porter.
Please make him feel welcome. Thank you! And thanks, Stu.
P.S. We also have a fan club for dumbfoundry on Facebook. Everyone welcome.
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At 1:46 AM, Blogger Dana replied:

Welcome, Stu. And thanks for all you do here -- all of you. This site is fantastic, and I know how much work goes into something like this.    



At 6:05 AM, Blogger Lyle Daggett replied:

Likewise, thanks for what you're all doing with Dumbfoundry. I never miss coming by here, when I'm online, to see what you may have dug up in the world. Thanks for all of your work.    



At 7:20 AM, Blogger Stu replied:

Thanks for the warm welcome! I'm excited about being part of the team.

As Ivy mentioned, any suggestions you might have for the blogroll are very much encouraged.    



At 12:29 AM, Blogger ReadWritePoem replied:

Hi Stu,

This is a great site; thanks in advance for all the work it takes.

Could you add Read Write Poem to your rolls?

http://readwritepoem.org/

We'd appreciate it and look forward to cross-pollinating. :-)    



At 12:30 AM, Blogger ReadWritePoem replied:

Oh, that last message was left by Deb. Who Dana let know you were updating the rolls.    



At 6:10 AM, Blogger Stu replied:

Hi Deb,

For the time being I've added Read Write Poem to the roll under 'Group blogs', however I wouldn't rule out that the organisation of the rolls may change in future.

Cross-pollination would be great! :)    



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