Thursday, January 8, 2009

Okay, it's time to get back at this. Things have been slow here, busy, blah blah blah . . . I feel out of the loop, as it were. But I've been around, looking, just not saying.

The latest installment of Apostrophe Cast features a reading from Sam Lipsyte to the Corinthians. Okay, no, not the Corinthians, but there are letters from apes to a researcher. As always, Lipsyte gets it done with “Dear Miss Primatologist Lady in the Bushes Sometimes."

Check out Michael Kimball reading from Dear Everybody at AC. There's an interview with Kimball, too.

It appears that it is better to donate your organs to strangers than to someone close to you like, say, your spouse. You know, just in case things don't work out.

So much stuff going on I don't have time to mention/link to it all. One piece at a time, Johnny Cash style.

1 comment:

BlogSloth said...

Yeh, because your spouse might make the life support decision. If she knows the organs are hers...


rock on.