The Essay Project: 2018 Schedule
Nobody Puts Nonfiction in a Corner: Michael Perry's Population: 485.

Oh my God, it's May.

Remember last month when I all cheerily posted a schedule for our essay readings for the rest of the year, and I wrote that we'd start in May, because that seemed a million days away?


So, do you all have your copies of Nick Hornby's essay collection The Polysyllabic Spree? Have you read it? Let's do this. Let's meet back here next week, Monday the 7, when I'll post some general opening questions about the book and the reading experience and we'll go crazy in the comments. Then if you want to ask questions, post them in the comments and we'll discuss those the following Monday.*

Or some such. Let's just figure this out as we go. I can't wait!

Now if you'll excuse me I've got to go pay some bills and do some other stuff because I am losing track of time and OH MY GOD IT'S MAY.

*If anyone would like to make any suggestions for how we could discuss these titles differently, at least during one month or session, just let me know. I'm not very good with all the fancy social media stuff. But maybe Google Chat or something?