Circus of the Spineless - call for submissions

Circus of the Spineless is back! Under the new management of Kevin Zelnio, this lovely carnival will re-start this month.

The next edition will be this Monday, February 2nd, on The Other 95% so send in your entries (kzelnio at gmail dot com) on all things invertebrate, anything carnival-worthy that you have written since August 2008!

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