Not the best picture I've ever taken
Can’t wait to listen. Every interview has tons of great information. Also, have a question... How can you figure out whether a detail/passage is relevant to the story? Is there a good question or test you can do? IE - the character bakes a pie. When should I explain the steps of baking a pie vs just saying they baked a pie?
Not sure how flattering a yellow wash would be to anyone. It makes me want to write a Dear Jaune letter (Jaune being the French word for yellow).
Let's see if anyone else will jaune in the fun.
The regular colour pix look great.
Thanks for sharing it.
PS Got my Through the Safety Net in the mail today! It has arrived on Planet Canada!
Awe man, did you get your Nickelback albums signed?
You look perfectly good in the photo imho.
The “creating your own thing” segment is a great topic. Would it it be ripe for a future post? It harkens back to what you’ve spoken about before, that state of flow/focus where you feel at rest because you’re focused on a project.
Also: I’m waiting on my copy of ‘Et tu, Babe’ to arrive; looking forward to it. Thanks for the recommendation.
Also-also: Did you keep the scripts for the ‘Fight Club’ comics? I ask because I’m curious to see if you purged them like your notebooks.
Big box of porno in the woods!? Seriously? I lived in the country too. I do no know this experience.
Did they make a video of the interview or is just audio? Either way, I'm looking forward to it!
Awesome. I can’t wait to listen.
Did you fight Dax? I hear he's quick to brawl.
I love "A Good Man Is Hard to Find." I was hoping that would be discussed further. I could talk about that book for days!
You wanted to be a priest? I can see it. Confessions galore!
Wow, a book on scribd.com! I had better renew my subscription. :)
What a great conversation to overhear while making dinner. First time to listen to armchair expert, Dax has a great radio voice. By the way - People, Places, Things was a fantastic read, worth re-reading so I’m glad to have heard you questioned about it. Please do more longish essays so you can do more podcasts.
I went through a Dostoevsky phase after college. He was the author I “discovered” outside of any class, so of course read everything. It helped that new English translations were being released every year or so during that time. Then Chuck introduced me to minimalism (back in the chuckpalahniuk.net days) and my literary tastes were overhauled. Now I’m terrified that if I ever revisit Dostoevsky I’ll find him long-winded and unbearable.
Hey Chuck, would you still recommend Knockemstiff for people to read?
I read the first one or two stories and loved the brutality.