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Paul Levinson Update: Hi everyone!  A few big updates: =1= Due to popular demand, I’ve moved “Follow the Leader” (my 1971 anti-conformity, anti-fascist studio demo) from a Twice Upon A Rhyme bonus track to a standalone single on Bandcamp.  So you can all listen to it, for free, anytime, on Bandcamp, and all the usual places like Spotify.  =2= You can now purchase all three items on my Bandcamp page at a 35% discount (click on any item and scroll down).  That means Twice Upon A Rhyme ($7), Spun Dreams ($7), and “Follow the Leader” ($1) can now all be purchased as a discount package for $9.75. (This does not include Welcome Up, which is on the Old Bear Records page.)  =3= I’ve added a new bonus track to Twice Upon A Rhyme on Bandcamp: a wilder version of “I’m Seeing You In A Different Light” (less country, more rock, a studio demo).

ISFiC still being hosted: Although Windycon will not take place as an in-person convention this year (and a further announcement about that is coming this week), we will be running the ISFiC Writers Contest.  Updated rules and timeline at located at



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