A big thing, and some little things.

Okay, actually two big things. First, I am home after a year stationed in Kuwait. It was hot, sandy, a little boring sometimes, but also kind of fun at other times. Second, the Touring Theater of North Carolina will present their production of Deployed, one of their readers’ theatre series, this weekend in Greensboro, NC. There was a nice write-up in the News-Record, as well as a radio interview with the Producing Artistic Director Brenda Schleunes.  The shows are tonight and tomorrow night at Mack and Mack, 220 Elm Street, Greensboro, NC. Tickets are $20 general admission, $17 for groups of 10+, students, veterans and active military, and can be purchased at the TTNC Web site or by phone at:  (336) 338-2004. The reason the show counts as a big thing is that they actually accepted some of my poetry to be included in the production. Which is kind of cool, yo.

And some other things, which are not actually little. They are in fact big. And coming soon! First, an interview with Elizabeth Donald. She will talk about her career as a writer and a journalist, and some of her books which I really can’t get enough of. Later this month (actually in a couple of days), Caitlin Hensley will be stopping by for the launch of her new book.

I’ve got a few more interviews in the works, and am working on figuring out how to put up video on the site so I can conduct and share some “live” interviews, as well as start playing and posting some music, which is what I do when I am actually supposed to be working on NaNoWriMo. I accidentally took an entire week off and went from being about 4K words ahead to about 5K words behind. I made it to 20K this morning, and am trying to hit 25K by this afternoon. So that is my goal for the day. Anyway, all the humans are out of the house, the furry ones are napping on the couch, going to refill this giant cup of coffee and continue on to 21K…

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