As the wild spring of 2020 continues into summer, with uncertainty still swirling but a growing sense of life going on, I hit a neat milestone for the Onondaga Cutoff that I wanted to share with you and commemorate here on the blog.
This week I finalized and submitted all required components of a new manuscript, my first ever, along with supporting photographs from contributing photographers. All was loaded onto a flash drive and sent to my editor, Eric White at Kalmbach, who has been a patient and supportive teacher in this. Thanks Eric, and thanks to all at Kalmbach for working with me to take on this project!
|Dropping my first manuscript off at Somerville Post Office|
In a world of back-and-forth energy, this is the culmination of 16 months of writing and photography and coordination. It has been a truly unprecedented 16 months. A majority of the work was done on my commute to and from work thanks to my Google Chromebook, with other work at night and on weekends to pull it all together.
I'm excited for the next steps; if all goes well this will be in print in the early spring of 2021. Good stuff to come!