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“Why can’t you go to the movies tomorrow?” she asks. “Because I have to work,” I say. “Your school has the day off, but my office doesn’t.” “You have to go and write books?” “No, that’s not my job.” She … Read on! —->
One thing I love about writing is that it can demonstrate someone being remarkably perceptive and oblivious all at once. To witness this phenomenon, read Stephen Marche’s latest piece for Esquire, in which he attempts to argue that we live … Read on! —->
Years ago, I worked on a biography of Jean Shepherd, performing research and doing interviews with people who worked with him. As I’ve written on this site many times, Shepherd is one of my artistic heroes, someone whose craft I … Read on! —->
I think I’ve mentioned this before, but writing a novel is kind of hard. One the main reasons it is so hard is the time needed to complete it, time that can be spent in so many ways that don’t … Read on! —->
This weekend, this happened. Which is to say, Love and a Short Leash, the novel I wrote about here and have been mentioning obliquely and incessantly in various social media platforms is finally complete. Now it is ready to take … Read on! —->