I continue to be deeply moved by the volume of support via email, website comments, letters, phone calls, and visits. Occasionally, someone apologizes for taking a long time to respond or not knowing what to say. But there's no need for any apology.View What to Do? What to Say?
I know people have been waiting for an update, so I agreed to an interview by my good friend Cyril the salamander.View Interview with Cyril
I'd like to thank the Academy…and all the others who have shown their support since I got my diagnosis.View Oscar Acceptance
Often throughout my life, I've been told that I “radiate calm” or words to that effect, which is typically a good thing. Given the recent circumstances, though, I think there is a concern I may be taking this conceit too far. More than one person has looked at me as if saying, “Shouldn't you be more distraught?” I know this because one of the first people to think so was me.View The Calm During the Storm
Most visitors to this site will likely have heard the news already, but I have pancreatic cancer that has spread to my liver. I don't smoke, I don't drink, and there's not really a history of pancreatic or liver cancer in my family—so this was completely unexpected.View An Unwelcome Guest