Wenatchee The Hatchet would not self-identify as a particularly prolific blogger. Any and all are welcome to dispute that.
But owing to offline circumstances and this propensity to write we'll try something out here at Wenatchee The Hatchet, scheduling. So there will be maybe sorta the usual number of posts that might appear in a week but rationed out based on scheduling rather than the precedent of lump sum, auto-stamp publishing.
There's been a few things incubating for months Wenatchee The Hatchet has meant to getting to before at this blog, but it's only been recently that some of that has been possible to assemble. So some of the stuff that'll go up this week is stuff that's been sitting around for months awaiting publication. Some of it's stuff that would have been in linkathons earlier. Some of it's musical analysis Wenatchee would have gotten to literally years ago if other things hadn't cropped up in the Puget Sound area.
What this doesn't mean is that comments won't be tracked/moderated and so on. Not that people tend to comment here much but if you want to comment on, say, the merits or lack thereof in Matiegka's handling of sonata form this will be YOUR week. :) If you want to vent about other topics Wenatchee is indisputably more "famous" for, this is not gonna be any different a week for you than earlier ones were. If the Mars Hill leaders of the past weren't busy staying on social media and staying on the conference scene Wenatchee would be more than happy to explore early 19th century guitar literature for its use of sonata form and play some more with writing about cartoons.