The school year at Binghamton University is officially over in a month. I'm sure the next three years will fly also.
Had an amazing spring break in Savannah with my brother and sister-in-law. Minus the pollen and the bugs, Savannah is one of my favorite cities. You really never run out of great things to do and see, and it literally has something for everyone.
Got my contributor copies of Cave Wall the other day. The journal is slim, handsome, and full of good stuff.
I have two poems from the new manuscript within the pages. Thanks to Rhett for including me.
Though we're still working on proofs for Ghost Lights, (mainly because I'm an editor's worst nightmare, as very few of my poems in the book, which I've probably mentioned before, are left justified) we're almost completely done at this point, and since the painting for the cover has been obtained, I can now show you what it's going to be. Again, thanks to Felicia for letting me use it. I love it, and I think it works perfectly with the book.
Bear is working on a cover design now. The back cover and blurbs are pretty much set, but we're trying to make sure everything on the front meshes well with the images, as far as the font and color scheme.
Needless to say, I'm thrilled with how everything's coming together.
The new manuscript also seems to be coming together, now that I'm working closely with Joe Weil on it.
I've written a new poem (with at least a few more to follow), continue to edit many of the poems, and have shifted many of the poems around in different sections (which works a lot better than it did before).
I hope it's close to becoming a legitimate contender by the end of summer or before.
The Days of Heaven (yes, the image at the top of my blog is from the film) Blu-ray is now officially one of the most gorgeous things I've ever seen in my entire life.