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"I Shit My Pants":
Spontaneous Ancient Literary Structure in Modern Colloquial Speech

by Clark Cooley, Ph.DL.DD.

Part VI: Call for submissions

"I Shit My Pants" source file
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In the interest of furthering the advancement of learning and increasing research efforts aimed toward interdisciplinary understanding of the phenomenon at hand, we invite the contribution of original creative work addressing these areas, especially those that utilize the multi-media capabilities afforded by electronic publication.

Submissions should be aimed at a multidisciplinary audience and and should explore empirical and theoretical issues raised by the primary text and shed light on the source material by the direct use, manipulation, or re-arrangement of that material. This might be accomplished by, for example, translating the primary text into a musical setting, by the sampling of the source material itself, or by some other method or combination of methods. (For the benefit of sampling, the original recording is made available in .wav format, which should yield results of a somewhat higher-quality than the .mp3. For download instructions, see the box at right.)

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