I will here list some ideas of projects that I could possibly work on in the foreseeable future – not that anybody would care.
* My Squidlede book project. Though I am still brainstorming terrestrial cephalopod ideas, my conviction is that they will converge towards a tetrapod bodyplan. Since I am possibly Nemo Ramjet's biggest fan, I tie in the story of All Tomorrows with my own project, and tweaking the timeline a little bit to accommodate the existence of a cephalopod civilization in my story – in the original story, there was no intelligence left on Earth (Nemo Ramjet, if you have a problem with all this, please let me know, but remember that I will always credit you).
* My series of short stories about different planets in the Milky Way 1 billion years in the future, "The Lost Worlds," my first piece for which was a revisitation of one of old, abandoned projects, "Anthropomundus," to which I rename Hominimundus. It does not go much into depth the natural history of the planet, and only explains some of the major evolutionary breakthroughs, important events, and the brief presence of sophontic life before it destroyed itself, and then gliding over the subsequent events to fast-forward to the billionth year from now. But I digress. Currently, I am working on another "lost world," whose native intelligence are in many respects hypertrophied acorn worms.
* A complete renovation of my old Anthropomundus project. Originally, my ridiculously-named, embryo-like posthuman was designed to test old friend Will Snyder's assertion that reducing a human to the microscopic level was "a near-impossibility" (he probably knew this subconsciously). Then I had the idea of creating a wide range of descendants from this creature. If one reads my recent piece on Hominimundus (the planet's new name), major changes have been made even to the progenitor creature.
* Based on the idea that the Universe we live in may be in fact a simulation ran by hyper-advanced beings, I have this idea floating in my head of a story where such beings, living in the same Universe we do, build hypercomputers powered by fusion reactors that run a series of virtual universes. Some of these are fantasy ones, populated by the creations of whoever runs them – who, incidentally, also evolve as actual life does when left alone. Such individuals get their ideas from across the Universe, present and past – the latter being enabled by time-viewing technologies. Given that I want a make a fantastic world of sophontic animals that is extremely unlikely to naturally evolve, I think having it as like-life virtual simulation (with a varying degree of tampering by one of the 'gods') would be the best conceivable way this could happen.