Goodreads asked Michael McGrinder:

What are you currently working on?

Michael McGrinder I had the great good fortune to be part of the early Off-Off-Broadway movement (as it was called in the sixties), and I am now writing about my involvement in that time. I have a one-act play I want to finish and another to revise. I have no idea where I might get either done, but that has never stopped me before. I can, of course, easily publish them. I consider the self-publishing revolution similar to the Off-Off theatrical revolution. Sartre said, "It isn't freedom from. It's freedom to." Both movements align with that. I have a long story to finish so that I can publish it with a collection I want to bring out, and I sometimes dip into a novel I may or may not finish. I started it because some characters insisted they had something to say. Twenty thousand words later, I began to believe them. It still isn't a priority. I also wrote a crime-fiction novel that has dated a bit. If I can update it easily, I'll do that. And I write the occasional poem

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