CALS CON is THIS SATURDAY and everyone is invited! I’ll be moderating the Ghibli Panel, so come on! And in case you’re interested, the animation software is now open source and free, per this post from Open Culture.
I am so excited to announce that starting with the beginning of the new month I’ll be trying out a new structure for the blogging schedule. If you love it or hate it you should tell me in the comments. Now that I’ll all but graduated, I want to have a new way of planning out how I do things here. I can’t wait to unveil it! Love you guys!
PS The featured image above is a photo of Little Rock from THV11
On Friday 3/11/16 I successfully defended my thesis. It was a long, hard road to get here, and it will continue to be a long, hard road to get the current work shaped into a polished product fit to be published, but I’m eternally grateful to have had this experience. Many thanks to everyone who attended and to my committee: Mark Spitzer, Kevin Brockmeier, and Stephanie Vanderslice. Hard to believe that I will soon graduate my four years at University of Central Arkansas with my Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing! Stay tuned for more. ❤