I’ve disappeared. It’s true. I can’t tell you what I’ve been doing because it’s boring and it will make me want to turn my skin inside out with irritation. But, here’s a visual rundown of some things I wanted to blog about, but didn’t due to the time constraints that boring things impose upon your life. In no particular order…

1. HALLOWEEN








2. ART

Derek Loosvelt, my neighbor and friend, runs the Adelphi Salon out of his apartment once every couple months. He asked writers to make some art for his salon. The art had to include written words. Here’s what I made. Notice there are no written words. Oh siiit – rule breaker!






3. SUFJAN STEVENS

Went to the 92nd Street Y Tribeca (or whatever the hell it’s called) to see Osso, David Stith and Sufjan Stevens’ BQE screening (which I saw live at BAM a couple years ago.)

4. STACKED UP

Shot an episode of Stacked Up which was really fun. The site and the idea are both fantastic. Check it out. Mine will be up in a couple weeks.

5. HIKING

I went to Connecticut with DJC and his sister, CC to go hiking with their family and friends. We went to the Edwin Way Teale Memorial Sanctuary. He had a writing cabin (it’s the first picture below) which I would like to have relocated to my living room.



6. BRICK BREAKER

CC got DJC addicted to Brick Breaker over our hiking weekend. DJC broke CC’s high score and then CC broke that score and then I went to see what all the fuss was about and I broke both their scores by, well – A LOT. I’m at 6200. This guy is in the millions.

7. LILI

Had a sleepover with my 9 year old niece who told me and DJC that she was “Attacking every 80s song on YouTube she could find.” Then we watched old 80s videos for hours.

8. DEADLINE

Handed in 2nd (out of 3) children’s books I’m writing for Penguin. Got galley for the first one. Here’s the cover.

9. NOVEL

Been working on my own novel. Here’s what it looks like.

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