In other news, Gwendolyn Kiste published an interview with me on her blog yesterday. I have tremendous respect for Gwendolyn's talents as a writer and fan of weird fiction and enjoyed her questions greatly. Check it out if you get a chance and while you're there read some of her work and the other interviews she's posted. Great stuff!
On more of a personal note, I have finally finished the door to my chicken coop. In terms of tool-use, I rank somewhere between an Australopithecus and H. Habilis, but by repeatedly banging heavy objects into slats of wood, this crude contraption some how resulted. Plans to open my own boutique catering to aficionados of crappy post-apocalyptic carpentry are in the works.
To mix things up a little, I'm currently reading one of those "Noir (fill in the blank city)" anthologies. In this case, all of the stories involve Chicago - great stuff. I'm not sure if I'm ever going to get to the Noir Helsinki collection but I am hoping they eventually get to Rochester or Syracuse.