The richest girl in town. (fightingwords) wrote,
The richest girl in town.

A verb is an action word.

Reading Juno Diaz's The Brief, Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao finally. I'm not sure what I think of it so far beyond having noticed that it's not the strongest prose I've ever encountered. As in, the narrator contradicts himself a lot. As in, I find myself going back a page or two and finding that the narration is inconsistent. This may be intentional--I haven't gotten very far yet--but right now, it's distracting and just feels like sloppy writing--and editing.


Trying to figure out how to create a giant mask for myself, that would fit over my whole head, possibly out of paper mache. Anyone have any ideas? I need three dog heads.


Still sickly. But I'm performing this Friday at Hubba Hubba Revue: SIDESHOW with Wiggy Darlington and the Naughty Bits.

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