I'm all packed and have worked myself into a panic about Monday night's Lambda Awards. My plane leaves way too early in the morning for New York, and my first stop on the journey after arriving is lunch with good friend D. H. Starr. Then I'll check in at Out - NYC, and wait for my writing partner, and incidentally, my date for the Lambdas, P.D. Singer.
Monday morning Pam and I plan to visit the Museaum of Natural History with Pam's NY information source for her latest novel, The Rare Event, and then head back to the hotel to get ready for the awards. Nominees are asked to be there at 5:30 for photos on the red carpet, the reception begins at 6:30 (booze!), and the awards start at 7:30.
The after party begins at 9:30. My flight leaves at 10 am, Tuesday morning. What a whirlwind, only to placed back down in my normally scheduled life in time for work on Wednesday.
Ya'll wish me and Settling the Score luck at the Lammys! I'm really looking forward to meeting fellow nominees Barry Brennessel and Jay Bell as well as new Dreamspinner author Greg Hogben.