Wednesday, December 30, 2009

writerly birthdays

Lee Konstantinou, Aharon Levy, and Fred Siegel are several writers celebrating their birthdays this week. To the best of my knowledge, not one of them has tackled the theory of how to properly conduct a birthday bash between Christmas and New Year's Eve, and that their names suggest Jewish and Greek Orthodox holy days is not the only reason why.

If you do google any of the folks above, look for satiric futurism, weird dreams, and dwarves and Russian adolescents stuck in dry comedy or the dryer. If you'd prefer to bing these fellows to see if their scribble suits your fancy, that's fine by me. And if kicking the reading habit is one of your new year's resolutions, so be it.

In any event, you're not dead yet.

Happy 2010.

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