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I deleted the following note, because in its current form it's POV and unreferenced. I think the question is worth pursuing, and even though Wikipedia discourages original research, it might be reasonable to find and report the current status of the project. But, until it's possible to find a proper source, this seems the wrong forum for what amount to a complaint. (As I recall, Jackson's only obligation to her "words" was to attend their funerals, and presumably the original posters have not requested her to make good on that promise?) Jackson herself is not difficult to reach, though email contact with any writer in this spam-filtered era can be unreliable. MarkBernstein (talk) 16:06, 30 May 2010 (UTC)
Shelley has not finished this project, she's left all her "words" hanging. Not a single update since March of 2008, and now she won't respond to emails. She used us for publicity and left us all in the dust. I hope all those media outlets that did stories on her for this project.. do stories about how she abandoned us!!