Where Miss Snark vented her wrath on the hapless world of writers and crushed them to sand beneath her T.Rexual heels of stiletto snark. The blog is dark--no further updates after 5/20/2007.
Picture trumps words.Again.Sublime.
Also the perfect print-out. I think I'm going to write something about him today...
*smiles* He'd like that, I think.
I'm wiping a tear.
"A cage went in search of a bird." I believe Franz Kafka said that. THE perfect description of the mostly unattainable magic of creativity.
There are some people that just seem ageless. He was one of them. Many years ago, when I was just starting out, I sent for a freebie book put out by a paper company on writing and reading. Plimpton, Mailer, and others contributed, including Vonnegut. Vonnegut wrote about editing and that no sentence is so great that it can't undergo scrutiny.
Wow, same obit as Spalding Grey...
I can't think of anything more fitting (or poignant). If you're interested in reading more about Vonnegut's battles with depression, visit http://www.healthcentral.com/depression/kurt-vonnegut.html. Leaders from the mental health community discuss the profound social impact of Kurt Vonnegut's writing and the significance of public figures opening up about depression.
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