However, after Memorial Day, I do have hopes of completing a few articles. Among those will be the long-delayed review of Elizabeth McKenzie's The Portable Veblen; Carla Guelfenbein's 2015 Premio Alfaguara-winning Contigo en la distancia; and an article for another site. I have been reading a bit more this month and I hope in a month or so to have also written commentaries on the Library of America volumes on Walt Whitman and Harriet Beecher Stowe's works included in those two volumes. Just started re-reading Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and I am still as amused by it as I was when I first read it nearly 30 years ago in 7th grade.
But as Opus said in this past Sunday's Bloom County strip, things didn't go as planned, but that's okay. It certainly is a comforting thought after dealing with red tape these past couple of weeks. Now it's time to sleep, perchance to dream.