Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Lots of links this week

You can see how I've been spending my nights the last couple of weeks by viewing the videos and photos (check the blogs) for Shakespeare by the Bay and Midnight on Mars

You can also see more of what's keeping me busy by viewing the videos, the new blogs and the photogalleries at The News Herald. There are Shakespeare pics in the Scene Around Town (June 2006) photo gallery.

Read my News Herald blog and comment. I plan to update it daily.

Tonight, Nate and I go to see Superman Returns. Friday and Saturday are the last performances of Othello.


Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Podcast, reading/signing event, new story

Here's a look at North Florida Noir, an anthology that will carry a Century-universe story by me, "Nothing was Real but the Girl." (I'll send more info about the story later.)

Here's the link to the podcast of my latest column, "Picking up the Pieces at Bay High."

Here's a link to my recent entry on the Shakespeare in the Park ("Shakes by the Bay") website.

And here's information about a reading/signing event I'll be doing on Dad's Day (as earlier posted on my MySpace account:

I've been invited to participate in the Summer Sunday Stories event this weekend, June 11 (Father's Day) at the Sapp House in Panama City. I'll read a selection from my book of columns, Dazed and Raving in the Undercurrents, and a short segment from my novel, Welcome to the Dawning of a New Century.The event begins at 3 p.m., my part of the performance is slated to last no more than 15 minutes, and the whole thing is supposed to be about 90 minutes. Afterwards, I'll sign and sell copies of the books.

The Summer Sunday Stories is sponsored by Storytellers@Bay. The Sapp House (a restored home from 1916) is located at McKenzie Avenue and Third Court downtown.

Have the book(s)? Come on out and show me some love. Don't have the book(s)? Now's your chance.