It looks like a gorgeous day out there–I trust I’ll make it outside eventually, as there are surely things that need to be done in the garden.
In the meantime, I have various literary chores. Since I’m going out of town, I needed to get ahead on my lectures for the online class I’m teaching at Writers.com. Just finished that.
I’m judging a short fiction contest. There aren’t a lot of entries so far, but I need to read the ones I’ve received before I leave town.
The next issue of Prime Number Magazine is scheduled to debut shortly after I get back from my trip abroad. Since I doubt that I’ll be able to get much layout work done while traveling, I’d like to get the bulk of it done before I go. I can read submissions on the road, but that’s about it.
I’d love to do a little work on the revision to my own novel, but I don’t see getting back to that until Monday, which means that I won’t finish until well after I’ve returned from Korea.
I saw a great production of The Tempest last night at the American Shakespeare Center‘s Blackfriars Playhouse, so I guess I won’t be going to the theater tonight, but I’m reading a very engaging short story collection, Burning Man by Ed Falco. I hope to finish that tonight.