Category Archives: Reading as writers
Little know fact: Shakespeare wrote “The Big Lebowski”: http://runleiarun.com/lebowski/.
I finished Lance Olsen’s Freaknestlast week. Very interesting. It’s easy to call it experimental speculative fiction. It takes place, for example, in a future full of astonishingly Godish technology that doesn’t seem to have solved a single enduring human problem. … Continue reading
Two quotations from “Silent Movie” by Charles Baxter in his collection A Relative Stranger: She was tired of men’s voices, of their volume and implacability. She had the idea that she would spend the day not listening to any … Continue reading
I finished Cryptonomicon probably two weeks ago. An excellent novel. It ends with an excerpt from Stephenson’s next book and with a system for encoding information. The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, if I remember correctly, includes in its narrative … Continue reading