I've been doing once-monthly radio interviews of local authors here in Las Cruces and have been eagerly waiting for podcasts of old shows to become available on KSNM's website. They're still getting things set up over there, but here is the first podcast they have ready for me, a chat with my friend the retired cardiologist David Hoekenga (at right):
Lately I seem to have been doing anything but writing. For example, there is an acquaintance's mother's apparently doomed appeal of an application for a green card that's consumed a ton of email and telephone time. There is organizing a writing contest for one writers' group and organizing meetings for another. There is fixing a supposedly professionally written press kit for When Pigs Fly. And straining my little brain to understand a lay explanation of E=mc2 for a book I'm going to review—and—oh, a whole passel of excuses for neither writing new fiction nor blogging nor keeping up with friends' blogs.
I'll try to fix that soon unless something else sidetracks me, like wondering why a green card isn't green. Here's a sample I found on the Internet: