After twenty-three years at Flatbed and forty years in Austin, I've done about all the damage I can do here. Last year, my family and I relocated to Fort Worth, where I began work as a guest curator at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art. I was honored with the inaugural printmaking residency at Tarrant Co. College-South. I have been at Flatbed only on the weekends. This summer, I'm planning an even bigger move to Indianpolis, Indiana. There, I will join my wife the Rev. Janet Maykus, who is the new executive vice president for operations in the offices of the Christian Church-Disciples of Christ. Flatbed has been my life for over two decades; working with Katherine Brimberry and our printers and all the artists and our collectors has been more rewarding than I could ever say. My heart will always be in Austin, but I am excited about contributing to the print world in the midwest. I'll be taking with me a little Texas soil.