I didn't want to jinx it, so I didn't talk about it. It has been in the works for months.
I can't tell you how excited that I am and I'm sure I'll bore you with lots of photographs of paper boxes and other goofiness.
The story is about house concerts. Which is just that, a concert in a house. Read all about here.
Read the companion piece: how to host a house concert here.
It's a whopping 3500 words, which is a ton for me to write in third person. Most of the stuff that I write for NUVO runs in the 300-ish range. My Gazette column is often 1500 to 2000 words written in first person, which I find much easier to crank out.
My dear brother-in-law edited the piece, thanks Ron!
And Jolie, thanks for calling after you saw a copy - that made it real.
[And just 'cause I'm showing off, I also wrote this piece for the same issue: Ryan Bingham. He's one talented young guy. Between his appearance on Conan O'Brien last week and my exciting schedule of meetings and spreadsheets we couldn't coordinate a phone interview.]