Perspectives of a Writer and Musician

Issues related to writing, publishing and playing jazz music: One man's muse.
by Al Stevens

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Location: Florida, United States

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Closing this blog...

Dear readers,

According to the click counter, some of you still check in here occasionally to see if I have anything to say, even though I haven't posted anything since July. I thank you for your loyalty.

Very soon I will delete the content from this blog and change its emphasis to discuss my writing projects. I'll be launching a new book soon, and you can get a sneak preview of what it's all about here:

In the meantime, if you want to capture any of this vent content for private use, you have my permission to use your clicker skills to save it to your computer.

I'll miss having the old articles at my beck and call. I had to periodically link to some of them whenever someone disrespected us so-called "adult entertainers" in other online places and for other reasons, such as when someone posted one of the seven jokes about ventriloquists as if they'd just discovered something new and clever.

I'll raze this site sometime after the beginning of the year. Please don't come to me later to beg for copies of things you neglected to download. I won't have time for that. I'm busy arranging for promotional tours, book signings, guest spots on Larry King -- oops, too late for that -- and writing the sequel.

But, lest you worry that I've abandoned ventriloquism, don't. I book about three shows a year in a local jazz room.