Literary Death Match
I first read my own writing in public more than ten years ago, at the Lux coffee bar in downtown Seattle, as part of a reading series sponsored by the newly-formed Hobart and Monkeybicycle magazines. I remember being terrified. The first public readings I did were the only time I questioned my decision to try to become some kind of writer. “Maybe,” I thought, “I could be the kind...
A Review of Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter
Radio Panamericana in Lima, Peru, is the Huffington Post of 1950’s Latin radio. Its prospects rise and fall on its advertising revenue, it copies news items from more reputable sources, and it even has the radio counterpart of slide shows of half-naked, intoxicated celebrities: daily radio soap operas. The news side of the operation may be more reputable, but the daily melodramas drive...
See the Links in the Right-Hand Column?
See them over there? It took me forever to figure out how to do that. More content here soon …