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Danny Evanishen's 1995 Newsletter

Being the official organ of Ethnic Enterprises, Social Wing, and the Canadian Duck Club.

Box 234, Summerland, BC, Canada, V0H 1Z0, Phone (250) 494-3205 Fax (250) 494-3131 Email:


Composed by Danny Evanishen in March -April 1995 and posted soon after.

New Books 1995

Ethnic Ent Pub Div would like to announce the lineup for 1995. Two new books will be released in May, the details of which are in the enclosed flyer. As well, all previously published books are still available. Details in flyer.

1994 was successful in that we didn't lose much money. Sales of the three published books were sufficient to pay for most of our expenses through the year, including reprinting The Raspberry Hut and Vuiko Yurko twice. Those two books are now into their third thousand. (Faxes! will not likely be reprinted, but that's another story. We still have lots left, so we have dropped the price. The book is still the same; it's just that we have too many.)

That's the official story. Now buy the books and we'll carry on another year.


Anybody into email? I was using a couple of local BBSs for email, but they were too unreliable. Send me some electrons.


This Newsletter

Some of you may wonder why you are on my mailing list. I got the addresses from a variety of sources. It could be that I know you, or you could have gone to Nutana or the University of Sask, or stayed at Mohyla Institute. Some of the people who bought books are on the list and some of you have been referred by friends. The bookstores and libraries I found wherever I could. If you do not want to be on my mailing list, let me know. If you know someone who would like to be on the list, also let me know.

Some of you may be wondering where your personal note is. This time you don't get one. This is a bulk mailing, and the regulations say all the pieces have to be identical. If you want a personal note, write to me. I will answer all letters sooner or later.



On the road this year, I will try to atop to visit people and stores all along the way.

Come see us! Tell us a story! Buy a book! Merry Xmas!