I’ve been posting a lot about “my new project” lately. What is it? I have a book coming out next year with Woodhall Press! You know how in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Midge does private parties instead of taking her comedy out into the world? That’s kind of what I’ve been doing on Facebook. I post a lot of short pieces about my life, and lot of jokes, and even some poems, online. UNTIL NOW.
Posted on March 25, 2019 by A.J. O'Connell • 0 CommentsReading Time: 3 minutesShe Remembered Caterpillars, an abstract puzzle game from Ysbryd Games and Jumpsuit Entertainment that explores love, grief and brain surgery through extremely cute fungi, is coming to the Nintendo Switch on March 28. You read that right: love, grief, brain surgery, puzzles, and adorable little spores, all in one game.
On Monday, I learned that my manuscript, “A Perfect Facebook Life,” was chosen by Woodhall Press as one of six finalists for the Fairfield Book Prize. And then I spent a few days processing that information because IT. IS. BONKERS. First of all, the other finalists are amazingly talented and I am honored to be named with him. I can’t believe my strange little book has been named alongside their work. Second, I didn’t intend to write the book.
@RS_Flinn@brianfraga@jbodach@JerrodFerrari How did I miss this tweet? That really was a wild time. Our newsroom lost power pretty frequently, so the first thing the editor did was send someone out to drive a few blocks in each direction so we could figure out which power station had gone out.
That poor dude.