Wednesday, November 22, 2000

It is a day before Thanksgiving and I am warming up in the computer lab at Roosevelt University. The walk from the Metra station to RU was quite chilly, but not as difficult as I thought it might be. As much as I dislike the extreme cold, walking a short distance in winter weather can be nice. It always leaves me with a good feeling once I make it to a cozy, warm spot. I may complain while I am stuck in the freezing climes, but afterwards I am left with a good feeling.

For those that are interested in short stories and poetry, I am putting out my first collection of writing. It will be a photocopied affair ranging around 20 or so pages, and with any luck it will be free, but I am always intrested in trades! The title: "what you ignore is priceless to me", and it contains three short stories and poetry written between 1997 and 2000 and includes most of my published work.

Enjoy your holiday!

Monday, November 20, 2000

I don't think I've posted in awhile, and if anyone is hinging on my every word, I am sorry. Things have been hectic lately, but luckily, I am almost completed with my packing, and my indie rock paper and final of speech of the semester are about to go into the "finished" column, too.

I received an e-mail from Bryan at Track Star Records the other day about my website, and he asked about a link exchange. Until I get around to officially working on fsoa's link page, I'll link him here: Track Star Records. Track Star features many fine bands, such as The Clocks and S. Process.

np: nothing, I am at the library.

p.s.--I still need someone to tuck me in.