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Howard Hughes and the Last Monday in July

This morning, neither the dodo nor the platypus nor the mothmen are especially happy with me.

Yesterday, I wrote 1,246 words on Part One of "The Yellow Alphabet." As was the case with both "The Black Alphabet" and "The Crimson Alphabet," it will appear in two installments, the first half in Sirenia Digest #56, and the second half in Sirenia Digest #57. Yesterday, I wrote A-D. Today, it will be E-G. Aside from Part One of "The Yellow Alphabet," Sirenia Digest #56 will also include the discarded prologue to the now entirely transmuted The Wolf Who Cried Girl. Which is to say, the prologue to a book that will now never be written. There might be something else in July issue, some surprise or another. I hope to have the issue out to subscribers on the 30th.

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greygirlbeast
Jul. 26th, 2010 03:43 pm (UTC)

I am sorry the minions are displeased.

They have every right to be.
gargirl
Jul. 26th, 2010 04:06 pm (UTC)
I haven't seen one of your alphabets yet. I look forward to the next digest.

I hope the weather behaves for you today. It has cooled off here (MA) and is really quite pleasant for once.
greygirlbeast
Jul. 26th, 2010 04:11 pm (UTC)

I hope the weather behaves for you today. It has cooled off here (MA) and is really quite pleasant for once.

We're supposed to have a high of 87F.
gargirl
Jul. 26th, 2010 04:28 pm (UTC)
I think we are due for similar temperatures, but so far I think it is below 80F and definitely less humid than it's been. Living without air conditioning has been unpleasant this summer, just too many days where one is only comfortable lying still directly in front of a fan.
opalblack
Jul. 27th, 2010 02:10 am (UTC)
A thought.

I would very much like to contribute to Smeagol's squishy feet fund, but it's beyond my means at present. Would you like half of the list price of each of the CRK-related jewellery pieces as they sell?
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