Since concluding the long career in commercial showbusiness and morphing the stage repertoire into the illustrated lecture and exhibition, "A Vaudeville Retrospective", efforts have also focused on the compilation of The Curator's Guide to American Vaudeville, a companion book that aims to ease the path for curators of related popular culture exhibitions over the next few decades. This book will draw upon the insights gleaned from four decades of performing early 20th-century ragtime, jazz, vaudeville, and circus for the contemporary public --- all filtered through the theoretical knowledge and practical experience of a museum interpreter, presenter, and educator.
Other publishing projects in the works are:
- Early Families of Middletown, Conn. - Vol. II: 1654-1700, including profiles of the remaining pre-1700 Middletown settlers and more chapters on 17th-century life.
- The Juggler's Manual of Peripheral Paraphernalia: Acrobatic Juggling & Combination Stunts on the Unicycle, Rola-Bola, & Rolling Globe, a third treatise on performing arts specialties presented on stage for 35 years.
- A wholesale revision of The Bacon/Weeks Story: People, Places, & Events Through the Generations, a narrative family history first compiled in 2002 that encompasses 12 generations of New England farmers, mariners, and craftsmen.