Monthly Archives: May 2004
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I’m unpacking today. My daily fortune at MyWay is “Decorate your workspace.” *snicker*
By P.N. Elrod Yet another Jack Fleming book! YAY! This one was fun, and we got to see a much darker side of Jack, our gumshoe vampire hero, than we have in past books. Hooray!
By Storm Constantine This is one weird collection of novels. It contains all three Wraeththu books. I can only compare them to Moorcock’s books – unreal as a dream, yet strangely compelling. The characters never seem real somehow, and yet … Continue reading
In case you’ve been wondering where I’ve been, the answer is “moving.” Yeesh. It’s amazing how much effort it is to move things. Today I moved two bookcases, two file cabinets, and half a dozen boxes of random STUFF to … Continue reading
Zen and the ARt of Motorcycle Maintenance
By Robert Pirsig Just started this today and it’s already making me all introspective. Scary.
This week’s Wednesday Whatevers. And early for once! Yay!
Lemme see… so far I have moved: Everything from the storage unit (about 7 or 8 boxes) Everything from the garage I could find (probably about 18 or 20 boxes – a lot of it was given away) Two bookshelves … Continue reading
Land of the What?
Hard lessons from poetry class: Speech is free unless it’s critical In March 2003, a teenage girl named Courtney presented one of her poems before an audience at Barnes & Noble bookstore in Albuquerque, then read the poem live on … Continue reading
Mark Morford is actually wise sometimes.
This column by Mark Morford of the SFChronicle is actually really good. He often irritates me with his over-the-top, let’s-piss-off-the-right attitude (which is, imho, counterproductive), but I usually agree with what he has to say under the bells and whistles. … Continue reading