The first thing I read by Amy Krouse Rosenthal was her column “15 Megabytes of Fame” hosted at a web site called “The Center for the Easily Amused” which is sadly no more, perhaps because the entire internet is now a place for people to be easily amused. This was in the late 90’s, when the world wide web was shiny and new and far less misogynistic. Amy’s column was hand-written with some doodles and illustrations and posted as a scanned image. [Read More]
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I still have trouble introducing myself as a writer
You never know if you’re Douglas Adams or Ray Bradbury
Back in March 2000 I saw Douglas Adams and Ray Bradbury speak at Clowes Hall in Indianapolis. Admittedly, I made the three hour drive from college to see Douglas Adams, author of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series, but Ray Bradbury was a nice bonus. Douglas Adams was as lively and funny as you'd... [Read More]