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Greetings,

	As volume 10 comes to a close, the FlowTV staff wanted to give you a  
look at what's coming up for Volume 11.
	First of all, for those of you in Austin, on October 30th we will be  
holding a roundtable discussion in the Chicano Culture Room of the  
Texas Union (4:00) and susequent reception at the Dog and Duck Pub to  
celebrate our our 10th volume milestone. Further information can be  
found on our facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/FlowTV  If you're  
not a Facebook user and want to know anything else, feel free to  
contact us.
	And second, we wanted to preview the full roster of columnists we  
will be publishing in the coming months. Volume 11 will begin  
publication on Friday October 30 and will include themed special  
issues in addition to our regularl bi-weekly issues. Our columnists  
will include:

Charles Acland (Concordia University)
Jiwon Ahn (Keene State College)
David Andrews (University of Maryland-College Park)
James Bennett (London Metropolitain University)
Carolyn Brown (American University)
Melissa Click (University of Missouri)
	http://flowtv.org/?p=3921 ; http://flowtv.org/?p=513
Shilpa Davé (Brandeis University)
Esteban del Rio (University of San Diego)
Zoë Druick (Simon Fraser University)
Matthew Ferrari (University of Massachusetts-Amherst)
	http://flowtv.org/?author=316
Hannah Hamad (Massey University)
Lucas Hilderbrand (University of California-Irvine)
	http://flowtv.org/?author=417
Aniko Imre (University of Southern California)
	http://flowtv.org/?author=416
Amanda Klein (East Carolina University)
Jon Kraszewski (Seton Hall University)
Tama Leaver (Curtin University of Technology)
Becky Lentz (McGill University)
Julia Lesage (University of Oregon)
	http://flowtv.org/?author=329
Ernest Mathijs (University of British Columbia)
Quinn Miller
Lisa Nakamura (University of Illinois)
Konrad Ng (University of Hawaii-Manoa)
	http://flowtv.org/?author=422
David Parry (University of Texas-Dallas)
Meghan Sutherland (Oklahoma State University)
Garry Whannel (University of Bedfordshire)

	We're also hoping to plan more events both for the Austin/UT  
community and beyond in the future, so stay tuned!

Best wishes,

Flow Editorial Staff

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