April 13, 2007

For the first time this semester I am actually caught up in both classes I'm teaching. Totally caught up. I actually have a free weekend. I even had time today to start thumbing through Meg Hamill's Death Notices (Factory School, 2007) and began to peruse the 1933 League of Nations Verdict on China and Japan in Manchuria (where the last Chinese emperor Aisin-Gioro Pu Yi was set up by Japan as a puppet leader) for a project I am trying to map out for the summer. It's only a temporary calm as the semester ends in three weeks and two more rounds of drafts and final revisions, etc . . . blah. It was just good to be able to focus on these works today. I'm excited about both.



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