p.s. Hey. ** David Ehrenstein, Hi. Oh? Yes, the Gallimard switcheroo is quite the topic over here. ** Steve Erickson, Definitely the first film critic or even -buff slave that I’ve come across. I just tried again, and I’m still blocked from your Medium piece. Maybe it’s something to doing with me accessing it from outside the US? Weird and unpleasant about that unauthorised misuse of your piece. And, yeah, might take a miracle to gain retroactive fairness. ** Jeff Coleman, Hi, Jeff. Thank you, I’m sure I will. I don’t believe I’ve heard or read a negative word about Fisher either. Thank you a lot for those new finds and shares. I’ve got them lined up and ready to gorge upon as soon as I hit a deadline today. ** Jamie, Cock-a-doodle-doo, Jamie. I’m as clueless as you. And don’t think I didn’t trawl my famously out-there imagination for the answer. That’s definitely a profile that’s suffering from the lack of comments. I think ImPrecious is probably overstating his current situation, yes, but he does have some pretty impressive tattooing. I do believe that was indeed the famous Kyros. Who is in fact famous in the realms that make a point of following the careers of twink porn stars. I even have a friend of a friend who directed what I believe was Kyros’s last twink porn video before he retired to the dark side. My Monday was all about working on my mysterious assignment, and it went very well, so it was a decent day. Oh, so, how does an online screenwriting class work? And it does work? I have this feeling that I would blow something like that off. I mean, I’ve dabbled with, I think, four different online ‘learn French’ apps, and I’ve never lasted more than a week. I guess it would depend on the Bresson film and which character I was inhabiting. When you offered me that day, I think I immediately imagined myself as the cinematographer. May your day retroactively put some peanut sauce on your noodles and broccoli. Formerly ice cube-like and now watery love, Dennis. ** Alex rose, Hi, Alex! Tell me about it. Although they seem to prefer having a place to live, and my apartment hasn’t got a spare room, dungeon, cell, etc. Well, I suppose if I drugged them 24/7 they could be just folded up in a corner. Hm. 40! Jesus, man, that’s amazing. Well, the pixie dust is here, so if you hit a snag or anything, shout. Love, me. ** Sypha, I was going to say controversy is good, speaking as a writer who has generated my share of controversies, but I don’t think my work has generated one since social media turned people into screaming mimis, so I don’t know. ** Cal Graves, Hi, Cal. Ah, gotcha, about the classes. Poetry classes are a real toss up, yeah. Can be great though. Greatness divination in that regard from Paris. Writing is exciting, fun, and the best drug. Lack of confidence is just a spoil sport. Plus, lack of confidence is always a lie. Always. I haven’t seen ‘The Shape Of Water’ yet. I do like the films of his that I’ve seen, yes. I think the most recent one I’ve seen is ‘Pacific Rim’, though, so I’m behind. I’m kind of excited that he’s making a ‘Pinocchio’ film. Thanks a lot about ‘Period’, man! Equally ramblingly and lovingly, me. ** Misanthrope, Hi. Yeah, there was some kind of slave-escort crossover going on. I guess slaves have to eat. Well, the ones that are into eating. I wish I had more experience with dreams. I guess LSD hallucinations don’t count. When people talk about dreams, for me it’s like when people talk about The Bible, which I don’t think I’ve ever opened the cover of. Onwards, *whip crack*, on your novel! ** Christian Hite, Hi, Christian. Welcome to here! I am following the Blaze Bernstein thing, yes. Which became very interesting at some point yesterday. And now I keep googling it and refreshing the page all the time. What do you think? Theories? Thanks again. Obviously, hang out here whenever/if you feel like it. ** Jeff J, Thank you on behalf of the escorts. Great talking with you indeed. Oh, thank you, about the podcast thing. That’s awfully nice. I have read ‘My Last Sigh’, and it’s really wonderful. I’ll see if that Garrel interview is online. Cool. I did a post about Danielle Collobert’s ‘Murder’ way back on the dead blog in 2009. That would be a good one to restore. I will. That’s the only book of hers that I read, but, yeah, it’s fantastic. ** Bill, Hi, B. Yeah, the guestbooks have become a real form in and of themselves, but only in the past, I don’t know, year at most. ** Kyler, I know I always had the feeling back when I was in therapy that what my therapist said was only said after careful consideration of what she thought I would want her to say or something. Strange process. ** S. C. Delaney, Hi again! Oh, great, thank you, I’ll go check my email. Have a great day. ** Okay. I think today’s post has no need of a preparatory comment from me. See you tomorrow.