Monday, June 26, 2006

Holding Pattern

OK, I know I've been quiet; but I had a productive weekend! Doesn't that count for something?

E. Sedia's review of Rabid Transit: Long Voyages, Great Lies is up at Tangent. The relevant (but non-spoilery) bits: "Mr. Schwartz does an amazingly subtle job telling this story with almost no visual cues–-just sounds and scents and sensations. . . . It is a dark and beautiful story, and well worth a read."

In other news, this site is actually freaking me out a bit. It's one thing to know I'm insignificant; I'm not sure I needed this sort of proof.

More to come later in the week, I swear . . .

6 Comments:

Blogger David Moles said...

Wow. I knew big stars were big, but... wow.

2:17 AM  
Blogger David Moles said...

How about meditating instead on how cool it is that there can be stars that freakin’ huge?

7:50 AM  
Blogger Dave said...

I can't even hear you over the sound of my own existential despair!

10:16 AM  
Blogger Karen said...

No wonder you're wanting bulkier heroes!

5:49 PM  
Anonymous Jackie M. said...

Stars, nothing. You know if the Sun were the size of a basketball, you'd need plane tickets to Mexico City to get to the next-nearest star?

10:42 PM  
Anonymous Jackie M. said...

Also: one man's existential despair is another woman's sensawunda. So it all comes out even in the end...

10:49 AM  

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