p.s. Hey. ** billy chainsaw, Hi, Billy! How sweet of you to enter this abode. Thanks, man. I so wish I was in London to see your show. I hope it goes spectacularly. <3 ** Karl Adler, Hi, Karl. Thanks for coming in. ** David Ehrenstein, Thank you, sir. Thank you too for your Karina wisdom. And, whoa, for the interview! Everyone, Big treat! Mr. Ehrenstein interviewed yesterday’s star Anna Karina in 2010, and you lucky folks (and I) can read it, and do consider that yesterday’s missing link. ** Bernard, Hi. Ah, you’re a bathroom quickie kind of guy. Or, wait, never mind. I think I like Karina’s face because its pleasantness requires some delving or something? I’ve never seen ‘The Truth About Charlie’, and, in fac,t hadn’t even heard of it before I made that post, so you were probably right. Oh, thanks for news-ette on Diarmuid’s book. Well, he can barge if he wants. And it wouldn’t be barging. But I hope he know that. Nice that you’ll get to see him. There must be loads of people here or looky-loos who can pre-sort out some Berlin stuff for you to do. I can probably even throw out a thing or two when the time comes. But Bill H. is good source, no doubt. Yes, excited on this end too about TIHYWD’s Theater Chatelet run. That piece is having a hell of a good life for something so cumbersome and pricey to set up. TC has a new director who’s a giant Gisele fan, so things look good re: us + them. Nice NYC trip you had there. Wow, you know a lot about Joey Grey and related. Well, ‘wow’ and yet not surprised, if that works. I’m trying to stay away from what’s going on over there while here, but fucking god, yes! ** KeatiB, I know at least one top who got it and died. There can’t be too many Emo girls and guys who feel like one, if you ask me. Ha, good luck with the coaching. I think I know how that feels. Try poppers? ** Steve Erickson, Hi. Everyone, Steve’s review today concerns Hong Sang-soo’s film GRASS, and it is right smack dab here. Oh, yeah, that scene’s realness is kind of legendary over here, I think, well, at least amongst the attentive. I hear you about the state of things over there. I’m still trying to keep this place a rare oasis from those voracious if very understandable worries. Me, I’m not ready to go full negative and hopeless about the future. America’s famous fluidity is facing a heavy test, but I don’t think the future can be solidified in advance. ** _Black_Acrylic, I retroactively admire that student body. ‘Blood Bath’ seems quite interesting from that squib. Cool, collaborating, yes! ** Julia Gloria, Hi, Julia! Welcome back! I think there are a lot of books about Burroughs written by people who knew him or hung around with him. I think so? I feel like there is. But not by someone who was his ‘boyfriend’, it’s true, I don’t think. I think, usually, when foreign publishers take on my books it’s a passion project, or it always seems like that, and of course I’m super honored by those passions. I wrote a note to my agent about Poland + ‘TMS’, so we’ll see. Thank you so much again. Ha ha, that is quite a blurb. Funny. Only one of my books has been published in China, and, again, it’s ‘Frisk’, which has always seemed like the weirdest thing to me. I want to go to Poland, Poznan especially. I’m going to figure it out. Maybe we can find a way to show ‘Permanent Green Light’ there or something. Visiting there is a bit of a dream. Yes, yes, don’t take that life sucking job if you possibly can. You’re studying in Poznan? Do you plan/hope to do your PhD studies there as well? Do you travel much? Have you been to Paris? ** liquoredgoat, Hey, pal. Thank you a lot about ‘MLT’. I think that’s one of my best novels, and it’s probably my most overlooked novel maybe. Dude, congrats about the poem acceptance! Definitely hit us up with a link when it’s time. Are you starting to enjoy your ‘new’ hometown more? ** Okay. This weekend I present you with my newest gif fiction, which is also the draft of a section or chapter of a new gif novel I’m working on. As always, any feedback or thoughts would be hugely welcome and heartening. But no pressure. As ever, do what you want. See you on Monday.