Table of Contents | 5 November 2007
Ninety-eight percent of all fictional deaths are directly attributable to being eaten by bears.
I'm astounded at the quality and creativity in so many different magazines that don't get marketed to what seems to me a natural audience—readers who like their fiction to be at least a little bit odd, a little bit out of the ordinary.
Strung up on our armatures of wood, it is we / who feign life every time the wind blows.
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