It’s the end of September, and you know what that means – time for the monthly update!
This month, there was a lot going on in terms of planning for the UT Writer’s Guild, so I didn’t make much progress on most of my larger projects. However, I did make a lot of progress at my writing job, which I feel is pretty good – right?
In the most recent (September 26) print issue of UT News, five of my stories were printed:
- Professor named president-elect of engineering society
- Professor emeritus publishes comprehensive guide for lawyers representing public corporations
- UT law graduate to clerk for federal appellate court judge
- Research shows converting land for biofuel crops increases carbon debt
- UT researchers take library patrons on ‘Quantum Leap’
There are several other things I’ve been part of, as well! The Writer’s Guild recently co-sponsored a poetry reading event for Banned Books Week at UT. UTWG will have its next meeting Friday, October 7 at 5 p.m. in Student Union Room 3016 on UT’s Main Campus.
I feel like I got so much accomplished this month, even if I really didn’t do much at all… I’m still working on the following projects:
- The Final Experiment (editing)
- The Rules (on hold)
- …and a couple other things
From now until December, though, I’ll be concentrating on preparing for and writing my National Novel Writing Month project, tentatively titled “Victorious.” Check back soon to learn more about this project!