I’m adding two bloggers to the blogroll who should already be there.
Old School Harlequin runs a strange site – and I mean that as a compliment. Just take a look at his about page. There’s something about the sort of art OSH is producing that appeals to me on a primal level. He’s also a bit of a struggling writer like the rest of us, we tweet a bit, and he reads my work regularly. It’s kind of a no-brainer. Here’s his homepage.
I had a conversation with Trent of Trent’s World today that went so well, I decided to add him to the blogroll too. Trent’s been reading and liking for awhile – I recognize his gravatar when I see it. Today I decided I might want to get to know Trent, and you know what? I was right. He told me he’s found good blogs to follow by reading me. He does creative work in more than one medium, and he has a category for writing resources. Here’s his about page.
I’m going to see what the Campaign for Southern Equality has to say tomorrow. I don’t know if anything will come of it, but I’ve communicated directly with them. I let them know I’m bringing the old notepad and camera, and that I’m interested in having a conversation with them about what I can do to help. So I’ll be out of touch for most of the day tomorrow, but I may have a post about it at Sourcerer next week. We’ll see.
In other news, our discussion of feminism and activism at Sourcerer is the most commented-on thread ever there, I added several awesome bloggers to the blogroll over there today, and I smacked a troll.
As for my mood, this one doesn’t tell its story in words, but it does tell a story: