So another Thanksgiving put to bed, and the usual beautiful gluttony of too much family, turkey, wine, and pie. Today, I've been watching the squirrels outside my old bedroom window along with the cats, and in my head, contemplating a new zine-a-month project in an effort to wrap up and get underway some midstride text and image projects, including radio ocularia, ghost landscapes, and erasure project and some others I have been hatching in my brain. Something that would be available at a discount to subscribers who would be interested in getting a whole years worth, mostly text and image projects, ala shipwrecks of lake michigan or the Cornell project. I'm not sure of the pricing, but it would kick in toward funding some of the fancier, more involved, ventures which are not always feasible using the usual budget of dgp projects. Ideally, by the end of the year, it would include the box project, unusual creatures, as well, which is a bit more ambitious. So often I carry these things from year to year, unfinished and uncertain of their release, and I'd like to make this year different with deadlines and accountability of some sort. While this year has been all about books from other presses (Maverick Duck, Black Lawrence, Noctuary) 2014 doesn't have any releases in the works (though there may be some bigger projects on the horizon/in submission for 2015 possibilities), so it makes a perfect year to focus on smaller limited edition things in the coming year.