Angie and I drove from Philadelphia to Atlanta in one, long day. We drove up slowly, stopping along the way to visit with family members. But, we had to get back for her job, so we had to make the trip back in one. Along the way, I experienced an amazing, terrible allergy attack when we stopped for a picnic in Virginia in a freshly-mowed park. My eyes are still recovering.
I'm sore. If you're waiting to hear from me, I'll start getting through my e-mail this afternoon.
Before I left, I got some excellent news from Poland!
I have accepted an offer from Polish publishers
Want to read it before it goes to Poland?
Arachne is live at the Journal of Unlikely Entomology's Inaugural Issue, leading off the exciting new publication!
This story is part of a whole series of stories I wrote, including Gaia in the Raleigh Review, that feature surreal re-imaginings of women and monsters and monstrous women from Greek Myths, that should start appearing here, there, and everywhere. Maybe, if we're lucky, someone will put them all together into a whole collection of stories.
Right, I'm going to go do laundry and take care of all the exciting things that need taking care of after a road trip...