I entered a contest!

I just entered the Open Call contest sponsored by The Space. I only heard about it recently, and so I didn’t have time to make a video or other things to jazz up my presentation, but it was fun to enter in any case.

I’ve been taking a class in transmedia (storytelling over multiple platforms, ie, a story could begin in a book but continue in twitter, or a game, or on Facebook, etc.). The teacher, the playwright J. Dakota Powell, suggested I enter a project I submitted for the class. So I did! The finalists will be announced next month, so we don’t have long to wait.

I’ve been basing my projects on the book I hope to write (more news about that in a few weeks, hopefully). If I get to write the book, I will implement these projects when the book comes out.

Actually, I want to also come up with a singing idea, something that might complement Imperfect Harmony and might also spur some holiday sales, so I have to come up with something fast and relatively simple to launch!

A doggie daycare in Tribeca. I would think working here would be heaven, but maybe the reality is a little different? I don’t know anyone who has ever worked in one of these places.

Doggie Daycare, Tribeca, New York City, 2014

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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