Then again, I have several topics: plays and playwriting, my reading series, my dayjob, editing Best Lesbian Erotica, and the various other writing and producing jobs I do in the theater, on the 'net, and just bothering people on the street sometimes.
I've always sold myself and my projects via one-to-one marketing: that is, calling or emailing a friend, acquaintance, or someone I'd like to work with. I'm still not sure I get the energy of Twitter. I love Constant Contact.
I have a friend, a wonderful musician, who once said to me: after my first couple years touring, I realized I couldn't just count on my friends showing up to fill the houses, I had to build a real fanbase with my WORK.
So I consider this the next step in reaching out, saying "here I am, this is what I do." For someone who has been on the internet since the early 90s, when it was all boys and AOL didn't have a browser, I'm being awfully Luddite, don't you think?
So I'll post about specific tasks and projects, both to publicize them, and maybe some thoughts on how I think a process is going, how it should be done, and commentary on how I work.
And if it looks as though it's the kind of thing that will take off, then I might get over to blogspot or wordpress (where I've already done a couple of project-specific blogs).
So welcome to my too-busy, overcrowded, but still fun world, and if you like it, stick around.