Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Provincetown / 10

Just worked through the whole night long, researching and writing. I shall, I hope, be hitting the ground running at Provincetown!


Rae Hallstrom said...

Best of luck! I hope you'll tell us all about it when you return.

ggw07 said...

Great! Just what I hoped you'd do.

Paul said...

Congratulations on your fellowship. Kathy and I were in P-town Saturday. I'd say required reading would be Beston's Outermost House and Mailer's Tough Guys Don't Dance, as wretched as it is.

My favorite was the 6'3" blond man wearing a minidress and singing karaoke show tunes on Commercial Street with a sign that read, "Living My Dream."

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