Never let it be said that Oronte Churm isn’t hip to what’s goin’ down in the scene. You think I don’t see things? Everybody walking around with their websites and their fancy hairdryers and their catalytic converters. Alright, I can play that game.
The design firm Poccuo, whose clients include Chicago’s Newberry Library, the literary journal Ninth Letter, and Madrid’s Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, has been working with me the last couple of months to create my own website. Let me tell you something: If you’ve got a thing you want to do and you need somebody who knows about stuff, these are your people.
Today, friends, I'd like to invite you over to my new digital house.
The paint is still wet, and I haven’t put down carpet, but it'll make a nice vacation home when I want to get away from the rigors of blogging and sit by the lake. If you get there before me, tell Rory to get out of my liquor cabinet. And I hope you’ll stop by now and again. I have some interesting ideas for the site, which I might take up after my book edits.
By the way, thank you. You're awesome.