Five novels, five comics, many short stories. One award. Many anecdot1
Turbulence is out in the US in July! Here's the cover: http://t.co/HSmGxvmSme
The Love Letters of Great Writer genre is pretty much doomed, isn't it? I suppose they could publish self-aggrandizing tweet anthologies.
I mean even @jeetthayil uses a laptop now. And he's a poet. And he's crazy.
I wonder if you still find those writers who work in longhand or whether natural selection has bred them out by now.
Makes you wonder what Joseph Heller would have done with a decent word processor. So many better ways to do it than that spidergrid.
Check out the grid on that Catch 22 plotline http://t.co/8oUTv1JHW0
"I think it's stupid to scare people before sacrificing them. So I'll just tie him up and put a leech on little Gendry. He'll be fine" - M.
"Hello, your injection is with us" said ground floor guy as I left. What did he mean?
In a local coffee shop after 3 months at least. Everyone looks familiar in that oh-no-have-i-met-them-before way
One thing this movie does brilliantly, though, is set up FRANK MILLER'S GATSBY 2
@ashwinpande no tennis. but the car chases were as key to the film as Fitzgerald actually wanted.
Most tragically cast Indian in a Hollywood movie prize, though, still goes to Naseer in LXG
Struggling to think of any actor in any film whose role is less significant than Bachchans in Gatsby.
"I want to retract my LSD-orgy confession from last night. Turns out I was just hanging out with this old dude." http://t.co/nWgp5NdHl3