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Howard Hughes and the Cicada Mafia

We made it to 94˚F today, which doesn't sound so hot, until you factor in the 102˚F heat index.

Today, I worked on the "Stratigraphic Background" section of the glyptosaur paper. There will be more of that tomorrow.

In the time since I finished The Tindalos Asset back in April, I've written four short stories and two novellas:

1. "The Last Thing You Should Do"
2. "The Tameness of Wolves"
3. "Dreams of a Poor Wayfaring Stranger"
4. "Requiem"
5. "Untitled 44"
6. "The Surgeon's Photograph (Murder Ballad No. 11)"

Not too shabby.

Not enough sleep last night. Five hours, at best. Oh, and I started Barry Gifford's Perdita Durango today. And I talked with my lit agent and with Jerad at Centipede Press. Yes, there are still plans for a limited of The Red Tree. Eventually.

Later,
CRK




12:15 p.m.
Tags: barry gifford, centipede press, geology, glyptosaurines, heat, insomnia, merrilee, novellas, short fiction, stratigraphy, the red tree, the tindalos asset, too much work
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