I decided my Lorca books should form a trilogy.
1. Apocryphal Lorca: Translation, Parody, Kitsch (2009)
Lorca's American reception.
2. What Lorca Knew: Fragments of a Late Modernity (finish writing in 2014)
An expanded view of Lorquian hermeneutics, including more work on his American reception, his influence in Spain, the performative dimension of his poetics, how scholars do (and should) interpret him, etc...
I don't want to think too much about the third yet. If I do, it will start writing itself in my head and prevent me from finishing book #2. I think there will be a book 3. That is my intention now, but I can't even be sure, since I don't even want to know (a least not quite yet) what the book will be about. What is won't be is going through all his works in order and interpreting them. There's no point in me being the person to write that kind of book, which others have already done, with greater or lesser success, but adequately.