Well good morning. Up with the chickens for this one. See you tonight.
Every time we perform “Population 485 On Stage” (we’re in the big blue tent up in Bayfield Friday) and I see this ledger on the prop table, I smile, because not only is it crammed with the names of actual “Nobbernites,” I remember the day I bought it off a hay wagon at Herbie Gravunder’s…View post
“Population 485 On Stage” will be in Stoughton tonight, tomorrow and Sunday. Front page article in the Wisconsin State Journal here. Tickets here.
This article in the Isthmus by Andy Moore goes in-depth and personal on some of the history behind putting together the stage version of Population 485, including the first person who told me the book should be a play, and how I holed up in Norb Blei’s chicken coop to get it done. We’ll be taking the play…View post
Cats are totally into my books…as sleep aids. This is Thistle: This is Boggs: This is the kitty of Katie: And this is Wally, of Tidewater Books: This is Olivia: Thanks to their owners for sending these photos.