Eric L. Marsh's latest project is a series of short-story collections designed to fill a need he's often encountered in his own life: something good to read while waiting.
The series is titled, aptly, "For Your Pleasure While Waiting." Each collection contains from six to 10 short stories. The stories are brief—from three to 20 minutes' reading time each—and perfect to savor while waiting for anything—a bus, a plane, a dental appointment, a car repair.
Look for them in doctors' offices, airports, and waiting rooms everywhere beginning in 2004.
Eric has no intention of slowing down and intends to spend the rest of his days writing and traveling in a motor home with his faithful companion, Lucky, a two-year-old Great Pyrenees. Kelo, Eric's beloved German Shepherd, recently passed away.
One of Eric's recent adventures involved his taking the stage in a six-performance run of Arthur Miller's The Crucible, completed in February 2005 at the Winniplayhouse in Weirs Beach.