This Fall marks a transition at Wright State University from quarters to semesters. WSU was among the last institutions in Ohio to make this transition. It's been a busy but fun summer getting my Fall courses together while composing three short biographies (Hitler: The Terminal Biography, Freud: The Penultimate Biography, and Douglass: The Lost Autobiography), putting the finishing touches on The Kyoto Man, and editing and writing essays and reviews for journals like The Los Angeles Review of Books, Extrapolation, and Foundation. Anyway, here's my course website for the Fall semester; I'm excited to be teaching a multimedia African-American Textuality course as well as Introduction to Fiction Writing, the latter of which is built around Lance Olsen's wonderful new writing textbook Architectures of Possibility: After Innovative Writing. I wish the best this Fall to my colleagues and fellow academics—especially of the SF variety!