July was…heavy, to say the least. There was some writing professional news that netted out less than positively, a meteor of a personal emergency that is still unfolding, and I think I finally figured a writing time management system that works for me (and a realization that I definitely write to run away, and there is a lot I want to run from).
I also went to NYC to see my family and catch up with some friends. Equally restful and stressful. I’ve stayed safe from disease the best I can, and wish the same for you and yours.
This month’s blog interviews were:
- Izzy Wasserstein debuted a collection of short stories, All the Hometowns You Can’t Stay Away From, with Neon Hemlock
- Tim McGregor released his new novella, Lure, with Tenebrous Press
- Sarah Gailey returned to the blog to talk about Just Like Home
In August, I have four days off from my dayjob, which I intend to use for making lots of paintingsContinue reading