Wikipedia #4

My work has led to a page on Wikipedia for at least the fourth time. I’ve not contributed directly to the creation of any of the four. Two of the first three didn’t persist long enough for me to see them: I learned about them after they disappeared. While it lasts, you can see the latest version here.

 

Thanks to Crawford’s Attractions for initiating a fund-raising campaign in support of speaking tours. It’s here. We’re also seeking volunteers to support my speaking tours this year. Details are provided beneath the “Coming Events” tab atop the page. If you are able to help, please send a message to booking@crawfordsattractions.com
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