Do we intend to write essays about literature?For sure, we do; and about literary figures? Certainly, we will. About poetry, fiction, non-fiction, drama, theater, film and other media arts? Yes, yes, yes and so on yes. Will there be passages of biography included–there is always something of biography herein. In fact, everything any writer writes is also part of his biography–is it a mapping, a sketching, a tracing, a mirroring of the mind, of the thoughts and the thinking of the writer, of me–I do not know what I think until I write. How could I not write, write and write some more about whatever there may be to write about, even not having anything to say about something that could have been written about but was not? The essay on the failed exposition would be a contribution to the form. I’m sure they have been written.