Prayer Book in pea-pod style, 1623. Gold with enamel and emeralds. Unknown artist. France. Via V&A
Has applications in at a media site and a public library job
Play submitted to 4 fellowships/theaters
*Does the Charleston*
Screenplay submitted to Nicholl Academy Fellowship
Children’s book manuscript being reviewed by editor at children’s book publisher.
Realizing your future depends on waiting entirely on other people
*Ankles give way*
*Rubs face on floor*
green kitchen. nanohana is blooming
and boys were running back and forth
with the stems and leaves. girls were
waiting in the sand box.
Wrote the first 10 semi-consecutive pages of Bedelia/The Practical Princess which is really exciting as the tone is settled on and it’s super fun. Personalities are falling into place and I have a feeling this is going to be a rather smooth piece and just a pleasure to write, which is exciting because that hardly ever happens. Focusing on 10 page chunks for an estimated 95-100 page screenplay is pretty easy, I don’t know why I’ve never tried this before when writing a script.
Jean Dupas (French, 1882-1964), Les tireurs d’arc [The bowmen], 15 May 1918. Gouache, watercolour and ink on paper, 25.5 x 21 cm.