A clumsy attempt at making some sense of the sinister submission process, a blog by Matthew MacNish
I'm dropping in from the AtoZ Challenge - bonjour! I guess since the post didn't say anything, this comment won't either ;)
You may have a Seinfeld episode when all of your regulars are done commenting today Matthew.
Sounds like a good plan.
nice one x
You had my attention.Now I feel... disappointed. Hmph.
Am waving a big hello from London! :-)Take carex
It's good for me to stretch my musical limits. OK, that was a stretch. Interesting, but still a stretch.I am loving 'Dust of 100 dogs' - almost done.
I remember dancing to this all all the hip clubs in the late 80s
Name the film:'Some people say forgive and forget. Nah, I don't know. I say forget about forgiving and just accept. And ... get the hell out of town.'
You know I'll be back. And thanks for leaving us with a little something. Can't wait to hear which book you're talking about.
Matt, you are like a literary Superman. You fight for truth, justice, and the literary way, with the way you want to do justice to the books you've read. Faster than speed reading, more powerful than a well-placed metaphor, able to leap tall chapter breaks in a single bound!
Love that song. It reminds me of that scene from My So-Called Life....
ooh, i'm excited to hear about this book. Though i have a guess about which book it is from FB
AHHHHH, the Violent Femmes!! Yes, I love this song--and thank you so much for posting the original version and not the sellout versions on all the commercials coming out recently ;)That guitar riff never gets old. Oh, and the whisper section...awesome.Ninja Girl
oooh...I can't wait to read about your thoughts on the book you read. I bet it had Japanese stuff in it.
Thank you for the wonderful flash to the past.
Yo. Also, I love the Violent Femmes. I remember the day that album came out. I still have my original vinyl copy bought that day. (yeah. i'm old.)
You're such a tease!
I remember first week of college, walking with new friends from party to party and singing this song they'd taught me.
No chance of blistering in the sun here. There's just clouds, and more clouds, and raindrops. "Welcome Spring." Harumph. Portland spits on your spring.What's this about Tuesday being a dull day for a blog? Are some days better than others? Tuesday is having lunch with me, listening to the Vilent Femmes, and she's pissed you dissed her.
Insert obligatory alternative rock comment here.
Great song! One I frequently Spaz-Dance to. (Oh, nobody else spaz dances? That's weird.) ;)
Heh heh. I've long been a fan of this goofy song. Who the hell wouldn't want to strut?
I don't feel so bad arriving late at your blog when you leave me a cool blast from the past :-)(On a side note, sorry I so rarely comment on the 'right' day. I do my best but, meh, life gets in the way).
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