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This year, overlapping the Clarion West Write-A-Thon, a few folk from my CW2008 class are doing a project called Twelve Weeks of Summer – which, in the words of the experts,

was to write some 'complete unit' per week[…] all of which collectively amount to something larger than the individual components.


Now, this technically started two weeks ago. (Oops.) I still plan to do a full 12 weeks, though, come hell or high geiger. In addition, for at least the six weeks of the Write-A-Thon, I'll be delivering excerpts hot off the metaphorical presses and into this journal for the project I'm working on.

That project will be a work whose working title is Where the Fog is Dense, a YA story about a girl and her monster in a semi-post-cultural world. It's pretty much exactly as discombobulated an idea as it sounds, right now.

If you like the fic, or the idea of the fic, or the idea of writing a chapter a week, or the science fiction community, I invite you to sponsor me for however little an amount (anything helps!) in the Write-a-Thon. All the money goes to Clarion West, an intensive writing workshop for speculative fiction authors.

Anyway. On with the show!
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