Progress Report #115

Finished

I finished Street Song yesterday—a huge relief for my poor weary skull. There’s still work to do, though. If I were to compare Street Song to a head of lettuce, I’ve grown and then picked the head. Now I manicure it—pull off a few of the outer, funky leaves—and find a buyer. In prosaic terms, I’m going to make some print on demand copies so that I can look at it as a real book, make a few minor changes, and then look for a publisher. But for the next few days I’m going to do whatever I feel like doing—something I haven’t really done in more than 12 years.

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11 Responses to “Progress Report #115”

  1. Lynn Duvall Says:

    Shouldn’t we gather and carry you through the streets singing something appropriate? The parrots can join us, flying in formation, showering you with blossoms and squawking in a festive manner.

    Well done!

  2. Andrew Says:

    Congratulations Mark!

  3. Teresa Zefo Says:

    What an enormous relief for you to finally arrive at this step in the process. Go enjoy your rest for a while, knowing that we will still be here, waiting patiently!

  4. rainnnn Says:

    Good luck with it. If you can give it some time before your edit, it’ll help to see it through fresh eyes.

  5. Linda Says:

    Good News, Yes! I have been checking in and waiting perhaps a decade… Good work. Bet there are many like me. You have a ready audience.

  6. Frank Says:

    Congrats, Mark. I’ll be one of your first buyers once it gets into print.

    • markbittner Says:

      Thank you, Frank. I’ll be getting the word out as to when here–among other places.

  7. Susan K. Godfrey Says:

    Hi Mark: Congrats from Gerry and me in Seattle, which is going through the paradoxical rise in both economy and homelessness. If you have a synopsis of this work I could forward to a couple of publishers. Best, Susan K. Godfrey, Mondoverdo Communications

  8. Tim Mueller Says:

    More than 12 years? It sure seems a LOT longer than that! Like…four and a half or so.

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