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Wild Things and Wild Times [Oct. 26th, 2009|03:43 pm]
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Hey all,

The Hotness here, bringing you the latest from Racketmag.com.

Working on the latest post today, and we've got a few juicy goodies for you. I personally saw and reviewed Where the Wild Things Are- I didn't give it very high marks, in case you were wondering. Not the greatest thing I've ever seen. Lucero(who we will happily be checking out in San Diego in the next couple weeks!) just cracked out a new album, Yost reviewed it- it's fantastic, just so you know. There's a couple new book reviews (the latest Lenore book and a photo book about the 90's grunge wave) and two new Top Ten lists (metal hairstyles and celebrity plastic surgeries) for you to enjoy as well. Get on it! Post should be up by this evening, depending on the Emperor!'s schedule.

Speaking of the Emperor!, he just got back from an adventure in Chicago with fellow staffer Luke Toney. The two adventured their way through Riot Fest, boozing and schmoozing with the locals. Hopefully we should see some pictures and an article about that soon- I mean, the Twitter feed was pretty funny, so I expect that the article will be pretty good too. You know, once they get around to it.

We the good people of Racket Magazine are known for many things, but one of them isn't being organized. We're working on it though. Currently, one of the major set backs is the sheer amount of stuff going on and the lack of staff to deal it all out to. Don't get me wrong, our writers are all lovely and intelligent people, we just all have lives and businesses and school and whatnot. The point I'm really trying to make is that if you or someone you know is looking for blogging/writing experience, we're looking for writers. Keep in mind though, this is not a paid gig, just something you'd do for fun/experience/exposure (and in some cases, college credit, but that's to be negotiated).

So feel free to hit me up if you or someone you know is interested- caitlin@racketmag.com. Or you know, just drop a line, tell me what you'd like to see more of on the site. I'll get right on that (maybe). While you're at it, check us out on the aforementioned Twitter- www.twitter.com/racketmagazine. A myriad of our staff update on there, causing typical Racket mayhem and confusion. Fun times for all.

Until later, my good people. Peas out.

--Cait
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