This film will open in limited release.
Oh, so you're making me download it.
My next story is going to be about a radiator.
“I can’t wait for someone to tell me I’ve sold out. Only then will I know that someone ever thought I made it.”
Novel № 35
There Is A Cold Place Between the Home and Visitors Benches Where the Scorekeeper Sits
Set during one beer league hockey game (3 14-minute periods, run-time except during penalties and the last two minutes if the score is within two goals), an unnamed scorekeeper reflects on the concepts on competition, fulfillment, hobbies and passion, and aging.
How do you spell America #6 (1993)
Oh, so this is how Where to Roam in Post-Prairie America was supposed to read. Silly me. I thought white people trying to get internships was the new American epic ….
Is a week long enough to become a Texan writer?
The European Union
“Everything I remember from my childhood is linked in one way or another with a dream of the sky. Of course, all this wasn’t the beginning of my life …. But I can’t really say that it was I who saw all this; in early childhood (as, perhaps, after death), a person extends in all directions at the same time, so we can say he still doesn’t exist yet–the personality comes into being later, when an attachment to some particular direction appears ….
All the same, the person that I could with real certainty call myself took shape only later, and gradually. I think the first glimpse of my true personality was the moment when I realized I could aspire beyond the thin blue film of the sky and into the black abyss of space.”
from Omon Ra by Victor Pelevin
I have decided that I am going to write the next great Russian novel.
Dude, you say that every month.
Yes, but this time, I'm going to do it.
“Before writing, ask yourself two questions – what is a novel, and why do I want to write one? Then, ask three other people: friends, strangers, relatives, a mix. If any of your answers match theirs, leave your desk.”
He tried so hard not to look like Christian Bale from American Hustle that he ended up looking like Bradley Cooper from American Hustle.
Considered one of the most important works of American Regionalist literature, Ulysski follows Leona through Detroit on Pączki Day. References, allusions, and word play prompted one critic (whom no one would respect if the blog he or she wrote at wasn’t included after) to declare that “Ulysski is a book impossible to read without Google and impossible to appreciate without a Michigan driver’s license.”
Do I actually like Wes Anderson movies?