I’ve decided to put together a print edition of my play, Parens., which I hope to have available at the new comics convention starting up in Portland, Maine next month. I’m making good progress, but laying out a book is a lot of work! Especially when you’re dealing with script formatting. I’ll likely be getting it printed through Lulu.com.
I still need to finish the revisions to Trouble Is. I had hoped to be further along on this than I am now, but I keep getting distracted by other things, such as fixing my website and laying out a book for print. Still, this is okay–it’s always good to step away for a few weeks before diving back into revisions. And I’m confident the process will move very quickly once I get started again.
Of course, the biggest holdup is that I’m still in session at school, and I’m way behind on grading papers. Not as far behind as I was, and I’m making progress, but until I get out from under this backlog of grading, I’m not really going to be able to put my full attention on anything else. Fortunately, the end of the semester is just two weeks off. Unfortunately, the final day of class will bring a whole new stack of papers to grade.
Bill Duncan, Leah Fitzgerald, & family are visiting this weekend! I haven’t seen them in much too long.