Monthly Archives: October 2015

Writers’ Wisdom

I know I’ve used Monsieur Robbe-Grillet for “Writers’ Wisdom” before, but I saw this quote today and just plum liked it. “I am certain that a novelist is someone who attributes a different reality-value to the characters and events of … Continue reading

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At 70, Debbie Harry Is Still the Punkest Punk of All

Note: This story originally published on TheBlot.com on July 1, 2015. I can’t even believe that I’m about to write this, but today, July 1, Debbie Harry turned 70. To me, she’ll always be the sexy Blondie punk goddess who came up … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

“A non-writing writer is a monster courting insanity.” Franz Kafka NMM

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Steel Panther’s Metal Sendoff to the Hollywood House of Blues

Note: This story originally published on TheBlot.com on July 31, 2015. Sunset Boulevard was once home to some of the most legendary and influential rock clubs that ever existed. We’re talking the Rainbow Bar and Grill (my personal favorite), The Roxy, … Continue reading

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Hustler Wants You Stop Using Veggies for Naughty Things

Note: This story originally published on TheBlot.com on April 24, 2015. Remember the scene from “National Lampoon’s Animal House” when Otter (Tim Matheson) meets his nemesis Dean Wormer’s wife in the produce section of a grocery store? “My cucumber. It’s bigger,” … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

This one seems kind of poignant today as I embark on a new adventure and life, so I’m looking forward to very soon writing a whole lot of first sentences. “The first sentence can’t be written until the final sentence is … Continue reading

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