This Is Real

This actually exists on the wall of the new National Opera Center in New York City.

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2 responses to “This Is Real”

  1. Myrna Goodman, co-publisher/editor Toadlily Press says:

    The words Toadlily Press are not misspelled. We are a poetry press and not the flower, Toad Lily. Even without “poetic license” one has the right to spell one’s name as one wishes. But, even negative advertising is better than no advertising.

    • Nick says:

      Hello, Myrna! Nice to hear from you. Did someone give you attitude about the spelling of your press? I certainly didn’t. Not here in my blog or elsewhere. I’m sorry to hear it, though, and you’re right, you can spell it however you wish!

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