Pressing the pause button

Back at the beginning of the month, I was laid low by a kidney stone for a little over a week. This made working on the interviews difficult, at best. During that time, I used up a lot of my backlog of new interviews, while I was hoping that some of the other artists that had agreed to do their own interviews would send me their answers in the middle of the month. However, everyone got busy, and my backlog continued to shrink. Then, we got into the week leading into Thanksgiving, and I figured there was no point in trying to ask new artists if they wanted to be interviewed, and my backlog just dried up.

Right now, I have the follow-up answers from one remaining artist, but I have to format and proof them, collect sample artwork, and send the file to him for review and approval. So, I may have his interview ready to post by the end of this week, or the beginning of the next. And, I’m going to start sending out invitations again, while also asking past interviewees to post links to their interviews on their websites. But, that means I need to create a logo for this blog site as a click button.

The bottom line is that Basket Case is on pause until I can get interviews to run again. In the meantime, I’ll post some observations on M-W-F, and maybe some photos of commissioned artwork I’ve received in the past.

If you are an artist and want to be interviewed, post a comment on the About page. If you know an artist that you think should be interviewed, have them contact me, too. Thanks.

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