>I’m very excited to be preparing for a residency at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. During my two weeks there, I hope to make substantial progress on my novel, and maybe also work on a few poems and stories that have been neglected.
Residencies have been very productive for me in the past, but this will be my first time at KHN and I don’t know what to expect. It’s small–I think there will be just four other artists there, three visual artists and a composer. I’m looking forward to getting there and settling in.
>that’s great. . . I am sure you’ll get a lot of work done there. A friend of mine has done a residency at the MacDowell colony with great results. Best of luck.
>Good luck! Sorry you’re arriving here with bad weather, but maybe all the rain will keep you indoors at the desk. Looking forward to hearing how you like KHN.
>Have a productive and relaxing two weeks. Wish I were there the carry your luggage and sharpen your pencils.