Tag Archives: Fiction
The giants seize Freya. Illustration for Wagner’s Das Rheingold by Arthur Rackham (1910).WAGNER — OI! By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / May 24, 2010 I didn’t begin “getting into” Wagner till I was 30ish. Who had the time … finish reading Marc Estrin : Wagner — Oi!
A novel approach:Happy Mother’s DayBy Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / May 8, 2010 Novelist and Rag Blog contributor Marc Estrin will be Thorne Dreyer’s guest on Rag Radio, Tuesday, May 11, 2-3 p.m. (CST) on KOOP 91.7 FM … finish reading Marc Estrin : The Mathematics of Mother’s Day
Endgame. Image from Wired.SAM-I’M-NOT By Marc Estrin / The Rag Blog / April 20, 2010 Endgame — that’s us. At every level, checkmate threatens — political, environmental, cultural. Samuel Beckett’s 104th birthday last week brought to mind a chapter I … finish reading Marc Estrin : Endgame (Sam-I’m-Not)
Austin’s Echelon Building, which housed offices of the IRS, was destroyed on Feb. 19, 2010, when disgruntled software engineer Joseph Stack allegedly crashing his single-prop Piper Cherokee into building.Creepy connection:Stack’s attack and my novel Skulk By Marc Estrin / The … finish reading Marc Estrin : Skulkstack
‘Imagine marital bliss with a man who farts often and calls it “tooting his own horn”’ By Cathy Matusow / September 24, 2008 What’s it like to be married to George W. Bush? Imagine marital bliss with a man who … finish reading BOOKS : ‘American Wife’ is based on Laura Bush