See that? It's a puppy. It's cute. It's deceptively cute.
Do you value your time?
If you do, do not get one of these. They are harder than you think.
However: I am writing. The sensemaking chapter is nearly done. It is coming to something like 200 pages. When it is done I will release it by itself, so you have it. The two chapters remaining in Volume One will be far shorter, so I expect (hope) to have VI out in print by the end of the summer or fall or something.
Did I mention I'm splitting up the book into three volumes? I may not have.
- Introduction and Basic Guide to Participatory Narrative Inquiry.
- PNI Storybook: Everything written from my own experiences, including all case studies (20-25) and all sections written based on my notes (like "What to expect when expecting stories"). [EDIT: I should have said that this volume will also include several case studies from the experiences of other people who have graciously allowed me to include them. Not new case studies: the same ones as previously were included in the second edition of the (one) book.]
- Advanced topics in PNI: Mostly essays from the blog, plus some parts trimmed out from Volume I to keep it from breaking anybody's foot if they drop it.
Wouldn't that be something.