September 15th, 2008

Moving Right Along

It is comforting to know, unless I actually spontaneously combust at tonight’s launch (note: highly unlikely; no need to wear anything flame-retardent), the world will continue to be amazing.

Emily Schultz’s lovely multi-city short-story web compendium, Joyland continues to be a joy, showcasing great and strange new stories by authors like Claudia Dey and Lydia Millet. And as of today, there’s also a story up there by yours truly. The piece is called Black-and-White Man and I’m really thrilled that’s being included in such an amazing project.

On Wednesday, I’ll be attending opening night of Atlas Stage’s production of George Walker’s Theatre of the Film Noir, which is exciting not only because I like George Walker and haven’t been to the theatre in a while, but also because the last time I talked to star Magdalena Alexander, her enthusiasm for the project was practically pyrotechnic. If you come to opening night, there’s a party afterwards at the Drake, but the show runs in Canada until Sunday (or, if you’re going to be in Poland, also in October…)

Ok, enough distractions, back to worrying about tonight.

Now that it’s raining more than ever / know that we’ll always be together

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