March 28th, 2012

Sherlock/John and tea

Where I'll Be When... and Tea

* Tremendous thanks to those of you who have checked out my new short film "Forgotten Rebellion." I really appreciate it!

* I'm continuing my exploration of the Sherlock Holmes-themed blends at Adagio teas. I'll admit that I don't have the most sophisticated palate for tea in the world (I'm more of a coffee snob by nature and experience), but in case you're interested, my amateur "reviews" of four of the blends (Watson, Lestrade, The Mind and the Heart, and Sherlock's Eyes) are below the cut.

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* Happy early birthday wishes to sarah531, vg_ford, tunes84, captnofmyheart, wildviolet4, savagedoc45, lalam, silveraspen, and prettybirdy979. May all of you enjoy a fantastic day and a wonderful year to come!

The following is probably of interest only to me, but it will help me feel more organized, so here goes...

My Upcoming Spring/Summer Appearances

“Dystopia and the Problem of Technology” Conference sponsored by The Working Group on Political Theory at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina (as Guest Speaker)

The Bourgeois Virtue in Film and Fiction” Colloquium in Washington, DC (as Discussion Leader)

- ConCarolinas in Charlotte, North Carolina (as Author Guest)

- “Liberty and Society” Seminar sponsored by the Institute for Humane Studies at Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (as Guest Faculty)

Live Event for "Hogwarts 101: Exploring Harry Potter, Years 1-3" for Mythgard Academy at Signum University, hosted by Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland (as Faculty)

Cato University Summer Seminar on Political Economy sponsored by the Cato Institute in Washington, DC (as Faculty)

My Upcoming Teaching
(I'm still working out some of the details, so this list is incomplete.)

Summer 2012
- "The Hunger Games and Worlds Gone Wrong" seminar for Belmont University

- "Hogwarts 101: Exploring Harry Potter, Years 1-3" course for Mythgard Summer Academy at Signum University

Fall 2012
"100 Years of Literature about Same-Gender Worlds" seminar for Lenoir-Rhyne University

“March comes in with an adder's head, and goes out with a peacock's tail.”
- Richard Lawson