A Mar 2014 interview said, "Just this past week, he received new music from friends in Poland, Italy and New York." In another that month, he said he is working on "a lot of different things this year .
As well as doing the big pieces I'm still writing [...] short songs, because I still love doing that kind of work as well. Ill probably tour with some groups of musicians, yeah. Ive worked with the young School Of Rock musicians Well, that's a good question, y'know, I got very sick in 2008 [...] they wanted to go on the road and do their thing.
In a Jun 2012 interview, asked about arranging material for live work, Anderson had said: "If you try to do it like the band [Yes], then you've got to find a band [...] then you're pretending to be Yes, I don't want to do that." In a Jun 2011 interview, he had said: Ive had enough of bands. And I just thought, well, as long as they tell everybody who's in the band [...] and I'm not there and Rick's not there [...] for me, it's just a question of getting on with my life  in fact, Ive started writing Yes music, which I never thought I would do, because when I was in the band, I would always save writing Yes music to...
That material often stems from these many online collaborationsas have other projects like Survival and Other Stories or, less directly, Invention of Knowledgebut there is also reference here to 4 "musicals, if you like".
Many of Anderson's projects do appear to involve a story element, whether they're still music projects or entail a theatrical presentation in some form. One of the things I realised was that all the solo albums that I ever did had nothing to do with Yes; I didn't want to 'pretend' to be Yes, because I don't want to do that.
None of this going through a record company and hoping that they're going to promote it well, and so on and so on." Could this be a reference to the Zamran project (see below)?
In an Apr 2017 interview, Anderson said, "I'm just a workaholic when it comes to music.
The interviewer has raised Survival and Other Stories and how it was made through multiple online collaboration, to which Anderson said he has "5 hours of music", implying made in a similar way.
He continued, "I'm waiting to decide how to release it [...] it's so much music and everything is so different.
My idea of Yes is "Open" [see below] and what I'm doing now. [...] I still have a great feeling about the future of my idea of Yes music.