Forbes on Fiction: Audience and the Author, or Something Audience and the Author, or Something I was watching Vince McMahon in a slight stupor, having probably one too many Coke and Courvoisier (is that how I spell that? I don’t know, don’t give a shit you know the cognac, Jesus, man) and he was talking … Continue reading Forbes on Fiction: Audience and the Author, or Something
Have you? I don’t think so. I know that for a fact. Really, I do. You see, you are here, sitting in front of your computer, complacent as a cat on a warm windowsill, thinking, well the end will never come for me. I’m just going to play with a ball of yarn and think … Continue reading The End of the World, You Jerk.
I passed out for a few hours on the kitchen floor to be gently awoken by my cat licking my face and the gentle sounds of Detective Conan (AKA Cased Closed) playing on the living room television. I stumbled out to the living room cursing, slumped onto the couch and stared at the large screen … Continue reading Forbes on Fiction: Lesson from Japan