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Partly sunny and 54˚F. With luck, we'll reach 57˚F. On the first day of May. Never again.

Yesterday, I spent two hours reading back over "Dancy Vs. the Pterosaur," correcting typos, polishing the prose. Then I put together Sirenia Digest #111 (an august number, surely), and Gordon made me a PDF, and Spooky mailed the issue to subscribers. Oh, and I spoke with the curator for American and British literary and popular culture collections at the John Hay Library, and we'll be meeting for the first time on May 12th, when I'll present him with the first set of pages.

I don't have much else to say about yesterday. Well, except I hardly slept and didn't get up until noon. Because I hardly slept. This is becoming one of the worst and most long-lived bouts of insomnia I've ever endured.

Please have a look at the current eBay auctions. Thank you.

Later Taters,
Aunt Beast

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everville340
May. 1st, 2015 06:13 pm (UTC)
It was a welcome surprise to find Sirenia Digest in my Inbox last evening, helping me to constructively pass the Wide Awake time. From the homage to the comics of the Dancy Mythos throughout the repartee and details of paleontology and pickled pigs feet, it was utterly fecking enjoyable. Thank you!
Mitchell Henson
May. 1st, 2015 07:37 pm (UTC)
sirenia
I was not able to subscribe, hoping for issue 111, until early this morning. I did not get my Social Security until today. Would it be possible to start my sub with this issue?
greygirlbeast
May. 1st, 2015 10:11 pm (UTC)
Re: sirenia

Absolutely!
sovay
May. 2nd, 2015 03:44 am (UTC)
Then I put together Sirenia Digest #111 (an august number, surely), and Gordon made me a PDF, and Spooky mailed the issue to subscribers.

I liked "Dancy Vs. the Pterosaur" a lot.
esanko
May. 2nd, 2015 06:07 am (UTC)
Reading Trigger Warning by Gaiman. Hit and miss. Short stories are my personal favorite. Fun stuff. Yay!

In the next day or two I will be receiving a painted copy of Galileo Hernandez's Darwinopterus Pterosaur sculpture. It is very nice, life size, maybe the size of a Robin. Oh, also I will finally, after 2 years, be receiving my copy of a life-sized Psittacosaurus by Shane Foulkes. Long story short, commissioned by a German guy, Horst, allowed 20 copies made. I have one. Odd animal. I have no one else to share this with. Thanks.

You look good with silver hair.
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