quote:Originally posted by Eileen Gunn:Gibson's thoughts on termite art vs. slab art strike me as a useful way of disconnecting the fear that many arts and writers feel when beginning a work.
quote:Originally posted by The Bear:quote:Originally posted by Shadoth:**Snip**Didn't Gibson cite Escape From New York as one of his main cinematic influences? I read that somewhere years ago in a discussion regarding the whole Bladerunner/Neuromancer conjunction.
quote:Originally posted by Shadoth:**Snip**
quote:Originally posted by martin:Sounds like, according to the _Blog_, that WG will be at Politiken's Bookstore, from 5-7pm Thursday Night, in Copenhagen.quote:Originally posted by bumblebee..:anyone knows if WG is doing any booksignings while here in denmark?..it's funny. the day i decide to check his webpage he visits my country i'm buying that Alan Moore book btw. thanks for the tip WG.
quote:Originally posted by bumblebee..:anyone knows if WG is doing any booksignings while here in denmark?..it's funny. the day i decide to check his webpage he visits my country i'm buying that Alan Moore book btw. thanks for the tip WG.
quote:Originally posted by skydancer:imagine having sex on a slab of books. It is, perhaps ostentatiously, athletic, and belies his mischeviousness, when it comes to pushing that great envelope of literature, My mind burrows through the bookworm's bedslab with a great deal of termite-like interest and interstice, not the least of which is my own image of the sex act being much like boffing amidst a pile of ARCs (i.e. full of errors, but ultimately rewarding)...
quote: I actually *am* a Fortean, were you to pin me down philosophically
quote:Sounds like you fell victim to Munro's 'a masters degree or 25 years of bookstore' hiring policy. Me too.R.
quote:Think of this as the Galloping Goose of Victoria threads...
quote:Originally posted by Yelena Virago:Um...WTF is tha....THE MEMORIAL ARENA? They tore down THE MEMORIAL ARENA? Or are in the process of doing so, if the picture is any indication?Shit. I used to go to CHURCH there.Wonder if they'd let me torch the place...? So, what's going in there instead? Or nobody's decided yet? The unions have some kind of dispute, and that's why the building's been left half-standing?BTW, the Memorial is just about as small to me as my corner supermarket is now, thanks in no small part to living on the same temporal plane as the SkyDome....Yelena