My next steps are the standard ones that go with any kind of teaching: I have to choose from my files the items that are the most important and most useful for my listeners/readers to learn, decide what order to present them in, and construct a wording for them that will be both clear and interesting.
Thank you again for all your help; it's trite to say I couldn't have done it without you, but in this case that trite line is also the simple truth. I had so little time that if I hadn't been able to call on you the whole thing would have been impossible.
Needless to say [which always means that whatever-it-is does need to be said], if you think of anything else that you feel should be included in my files, I'll welcome the additional input.
Nonfiction online: "How Verbal Self-Defense Works" at http://people.howstuffworks.com/vsd.htm ; "Why Are Old Women Older Than Old Men And How Can We Fix That?" at http://www.seniorwomen.com/articles/articlesElginOld.html ; Religious Language Newsletter archive at http://www.forlovingkindness.org ; Fiction online: "We Have Always Spoken Panglish" at http://www.sfwa.org/members/elgin/Story-Panglish.html ; "What The EPA Don't Know Won't Hurt Them" at http://www.infinityplus.co.uk/stories/epa.htm ; "Weather Bulletin" at http://www.sfwa.org/members/elgin/Weather.html ; "A Quorum Of Grandmothers" at http://www.sfwa.org/members/elgin/QuorumOfGrandmothers.html ; The Communipaths at http://www.jackiepowers.com/SuzetteHadenElgin/TheCommunipaths.html . More stuff at http://www.sfwa.org/members/elgin/SiteMap.html ; LiveJournal blog index at http://www.livejournal.com/tools/memories.bml?user=ozarque .