Fresh off a sixty-seventh viewing of The Room…
Join me at the Slice Literary Writer’s Conference September 6th in downtown Brooklyn. I’ll be on a panel, as one is prone to do at these events, after which I’ll be signing books, answering any unanswered questions (seriously–nobody should leave a panel discussion without having their turn), and milling about.
Listening: Rick James’ Greatest Hits.
Reading: Larry McMurtry’s Film Flam: Essays on Hollywood.
Playing: Sonic CD, iOS
Researching: Thomas Jefferson. Stay tuned.
It is rather like going underground, and coming up at the peak of mid-day. My eyes are still adjusting.
Since my last reading–January, remember?–I’ve been working on revisions. No social media, no site updates, no TV (excluding The Good Wife, of course, and a fruitless affair with Orphan Black). When I wasn’t writing I was gaming, and when I wasn’t gaming I was sleeping. Syllogistic inconsistencies aside, the final-final-final draft is now under the care of Jud Laghi.
Quickly, briefly: My writer-in-residency appointment at Kingston University starts later this year. I’m profiled in the summer edition of AtBuffalo Alumni Magazine. The latest issue of Hi-Fructose Magazine (Vol. 32) features my interview with graffiti artist SAINER. He tried being elusive, I tried pinning him down.
(Yes, that’s an actual mural of his work.)
Viewer mail has piled up on my desk so I’ll sift through the interesting ones and post answers next week. Topics may include: Warhol’s over-hyped genius, new experiences in D&D.