OS: Could you tell everyone a little about your writing process? When, if ever, is a draft "done"?J. Caleb Winters: I tend to write in bursts--an hour here or there, and I find that if I'm diciplined enough to take advantage of my "free" time, I can get quite a bit of writing done. I revise the same story over and over until I feel like it's done. Then, I put that draft aside for a few months, so I can look at it again, with fresh eyes. Issues with the story, that I couldn't see before, tend to become apparent to me if I give myself that distance from my work. I repeat the process of revision and storing the draft away, and when I can return to a story, after months of not reading it, and the story doesn't reveal any flaws, then I start to get excited, because the story is getting close to "done."
OS: What's next for you and your writing?