March 13th, 2020


"It's a simple message, and I'm leaving out the whistles and bells."

You wanna know what's weird? Bronson Pinchot will be reading "The Collier's Venus" for the forthcoming The Ape's Wife and Other Stories audiobook.

Warm today, but overcast, maybe rainy. I didn't leave the house. Currently, it's 60˚F, after a high of 69˚F.

Alabama has finally caught on, and the markets are being emptied by people who've at last accepted that Covid-19 isn't a Democrat hoax to embarrass the Horror Clown. Schools are being closed until at least sometime in April. Concerts and sports events cancelled and...just like the rest of the world.

Mostly, I'm trying not to think about it.

Today, I typed up corrections/line edits to "Cherry Street Tango, Sweatbox Waltz" and sent them away to Subterranean Press. I answered email pertaining to the all the forthcoming audiobook editions of my collections. But I didn't get anything new written.

Tonight, leftover chicken and a new episode of The Magicians.

Aunt Beast

12:33 p.m. (Tuesday)