It’s a new year. One where the Mayans are supposedly going to kill us all from beyond the grave, or something.
Been quiet around here for a bit.
The site’s been just a numbers station, really. Humming along through the dark of the night, waiting for something to happen, waiting to screech back to life, commanding the sleeper agents to throw off their sham lives and but a bullet in the neck of every apparatchik they can find.
Time to fill the dead air, I think.
You see, my book’s done. Memphis Fast Fiction is dead and in a bag, waiting for the taxidermy of the editing knife to come and pretty it up before I turn it out for publishers to reject. I wrote 365 stories about Memphis in 2011, and I sure as hell thought it was going to drive me mad, but, by God, I did it. Now to see if anyone wants to pay to put the thing to paper.
I heard dead trees are expensive these days.
(Hah, “my book’s done” – now that’s something I never thought I’d get to say.)
And now I’m turning my attention back here. Time to start writing about things that aren’t the city I live in.
There’s a whole big world out there, with mad, wondrous things in it. Time to go exploring.
This is the Brain Release Valve, welcome to the Mayan Death Year.