My apologies for the delay in getting back to Myth & Moor. I'm still dealing with health problems -- which are more complicated than I'd initially thought, but being competently dealt with, so please don't worry.
The Hound, at least, is happy that I'm still at home, even if no one else is. Bless her.
Edited on Friday, July 10, to add a further update:
My travel plans have, sadly, been cancelled due to medical restrictions. Han Nolan (National Book Award winner for Dancing on the Edge) has kindly stepped in to take my place as the Writer-in Residence for the Children's Book Writing & Illustration M.F.A. program at Hollins University in Virgina. I wish Han and all the writers, artists, academics, and students at Hollins a wonderful and productive summer session; I truly wish I could be there with you all.
Although I'm confined to home until my health situation improves, I'm planning to resume posting here on Myth & Moor this coming Monday (July 13), strength permitting, so please check back.
And thank you again, dear Readers, for your patience.
Courtyard statue, "The Lady of Bumblehill," by Wendy Froud