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The James Joyce Literary Supplement has apparently suffered a catastrophic computer failure that has essentially erased their local subscription files. They have asked JJQ to help them contact current subscribers whose subscription information has been lost and we are happy to help. So, please take a look at this message from the JJLS and contact them for information or help with subscriptions.
Dear James Joyce Quarterly readers,
We at The James Joyce Literary Supplement, published twice annually by the University of Miami, recently suffered a computer system failure that deleted subscription information for many current customers. Institutional subscriptions were not affected, nor were individuals who subscribe through the International James Joyce Foundation. Individuals who subscribed directly through the JJLS, however, may not receive their next issue unless they contact the University of Miami to confirm their information.
In order to prevent any delay in receiving the next issue, we ask current subscribers to send a message to the JJLS at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our website at http://www.as.miami.edu/english/jjls. Please include your name, mailing address, and the length of your subscription. Do not resubscribe to the journal if you have an outstanding subscription. We simply need to know where and to whom to send the next issue(s). If you are uncertain how you subscribed, please feel free to contact us to verify your subscription information.
We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience this is sure to cause. Please rest assured that the University of Miami and the JJLS have since installed redundancies to prevent this type of data loss in the future. We also wish to express our gratitude to the James Joyce Quarterly for allowing us to reach out to our mutual customers via their blog.
Dr. Patrick McCarthy, Editor-in-Chief
Kurt Voss-Hoynes, Managing Editor
Barry Devine, Assistant Editor
James Joyce Literary Supplement
PO Box 248145
Coral Gables, FL 33124
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