As my pub date approaches, and Strange Flesh bursts forth to be fruitful and multiply, it feels appropriate to spend a moment to commemorate the thousands of sentences that perished in its at times gruesome fight for survival. Here then, I exhume a few valiant snippets to honor the dead:
I can’t help stopping to listen, but it appears that the proceedings have been waylaid by a debate about whether the league’s mandate covers exclusively poetry written in PERL or whether it also includes using PERL to write poetry in other languages, such as Old Elvish. Chairs were set up for a much more ambitious turnout than they received.
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“So the guy was no Van Gogh right. Who checks himself out with untold millions in the bank?”
“That was murder dude. And I never saw Billy hanging around with any psychopathic coke whore.”
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“Given the utter sterility of the stage in the nineties, I elected to pursue my interests in interactive automata.”
Ave brave phrases! Your sacrifice was not in vain.