So, the big final project for the first CCS semester is a group anthology project. The class is split into groups selected by the darkest most secretive divination techniques available to CCS instructors (an online psychological test if rumours are to be believed), and we must produce a cohesive anthology together.
I was placed with Sean K., Moody, and Amelia Onorato. AKA team best-friends-in-a-car-listening-to-Celebrity-Jeopardy clips-from-SNL. Seriously, it was an awesome group, and I’m pretty happy with what we managed to pull together.
The book focuses on each of our personal reactions to religion in our lives. There are personal stories, historical reflections and fiction as well.
Anyway, the plan is to do a larger print run of the book so that we can sell it at MoCCA, SPX, and other cons. In the meantime, here are some samples of my contribution…
The rest is a secret, but you can read more about everyone’s anthologies at the Schulz Library Blog, written by our super-cool librarian Caitlin McGurk! If you want to read the whole story, wait until I someday get a paypal account set up or come to MoCCA!