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In-between projects

I’ve been seriously grumpy lately. There are many reasons for my grumpiness, but one of the main culprits is that I haven’t been writing as much as I want to. Yes, I write a column and articles for Women in Higher Education. Yes, I wrote a lecture on the artifacts of white supremacy that I gave at the College of Charleston. Yes, I wrote up a survey about why you should all move to Florida like I did.

And yet, I feel like I’m still writing less than I want to.

What occurred to me today is that I’m writing less because I’m currently stuck in-between two projects. Months ago, I finished all the writing I had to complete for my forthcoming Grace Period (Killing the Buddha press), a collection of essays about my slow transition out of academia, the loss of dreams, and the long process of  learning how to manage where I happened to land. I’ve only been editing what needs to be edited. Now, the soon-to-be book is in the hands of my excellent copy editor while I worry about everything else that needs to be finished and my strategies for book promotion. (more…)

Gospel on the Radio!

Tonight (August 19th), I will be on the Dr. Howard Gluss radio show discussing the modern Ku Klux Klan, extremism, and the forthcoming Gospel According to the Klan. And the illustrious Paul Harvey, blogmeister of the Religion in American History blog, will follow suit in the second segment of the show discussing religion, politics, and Christian dominionism.

Live streaming is available at KFNX1100AM. My segment is at 8 pm PST and Paul is on at 8:30 pm PST.