Here’s a link to an article in the Wall Street Journal about how Robert Parker, writer of the Spencer PI novels, saved detective fiction. Parker was an icon (and hopefully will continue to be) and will be missed. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703837004575013104258735756.html
Of course, all races seemed to be represented, but if you’re not white, chances are you’re standing behind a counter, wearing some kind of uniform
“I don’t know what will happen if I pull the brakes. Maybe I will experience a quick and catastrophic crash.”
Anyone interested in spooky stop-action should check out this short video. It was made for the New Zealand Council for the Book, and is really well done. http://creativity-online.com/work/new-zealand-book-council-going-west/18044
The real experience was meeting a great guy who is passionate about what he does and who was willing to open a door to a world that is very different from the world I wake up and inhabit every day.
The first blog post always seems the hardest. You have all this blank space to fill and you don’t know where to begin. I’m certain that this blog will change over time, as I move through projects and my constantly shifting focus drifts from point to point like a dog wandering through a park. MyContinue reading “Inaugural Post”