Yesterday, I wrote 1,136 words on something I'm calling "Fairy Tale on Wood Street," which will replace "Three Monsters Walk Into a Bar" in Sirenia Digest No. 137. It's off to a good start. And then I did some corrections on my introduction to the Centipede Press edition of The Haunting Hill House and sent it away to Jerad Walters. At 4 p.m., I had a meeting at the Hay with Christopher Geisler, to start planning the CRK Papers exhibit. It looks as if the reception will probably be held the evening of August 16th at the Hay, just before Necronomicon starts. So, it was a good work day. I haven't had a lot of those lately.
Last night, we watched the first four episodes of Z: The Beginning of Everything, the Zelda Fitzgerald biopic thing, and it's better than I expected.
I have a photograph of a magnolia outside the Hay. There are so few magnolias up here. There one of the things I miss the most.