It's October. My posts here will be intermittent for next six weeks, and I want to share why. I'm throwing my weight behind: redeveloping my book proposal for turning this blog of ours (meaning me and you, reader, since you keep the whole enterprise alive by coming here to enjoy the stories) into a book; developing two new screenplays; scanning and printing negatives at Evergreen College's color darkroom, the only public-access color darkroom in the United States(!!); and studying fifth-level Korean at City University.
And driving the bus.
The stories keep coming in, and I have so many to share with you, but much of the above is time-sensitive. I'll still be posting stories, so stop in when you like, or take a peek into the (now seriously voluminous!) archives. But new material might only be weekly for several weeks. I wanted to let you know why– not due to any flagging interest of mine, and ceeeeerrtainly not due to lack of material out here on the street. It's a zoo out here, as it ever was, with little diamond glints of positivity abounding. There's so much I can't wait to share with you.
It's the great conundrum. I really want to turn the blog into a book... but the only way to find time do that is to take a break from the blog!