At last! My copies of After You’ve Gone arrived today! It’s such an exciting moment, and kind of unreal in ways. In the case of this novel, it started out as some vague ideas eleven years ago and, with several longish breaks in the work on it, finally has come to be a book. Cool!
Well, if that isn’t a welcome sight! That’s Thistledown’s Fall 2014 books, fresh from the printer. So the books actually exist. It’s a hard concept to get your mind around until you are holding one in your hand. Even then, it takes a while to get used to the idea: this thing, that began however […]
Many thanks to Kirk Ramdath at Wax Poetry and Art Magazine for running a sneak peek of After You’ve Gone in this month’s issue. I’m in great company in this issue and am looking forward to reading it in depth a bit later. Getting close to the launch at Memorial Park Library on the evening of October […]
Thanks to Rea Tarvydas, who has invited me to join in a virtual tour of writers. It’s interesting to see people’s thoughts on these questions. My answers will be more terse than others. But that’s me, baby. Terse. What am I working on? I am about a quarter of the way through the first draft […]
For those who asked for a reminder closer to the date, here it is: After You’ve Gone launches one month from today. That’s Thursday, October 9th, 7 PM, at Memorial Park Library. I’ll be reading from the novel, and there’ll be musical guests and refreshments. Should be an excellent time! For those who can’t make […]