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1000 Playwright Interviews The first interview I posted was on June 3, 2009.  It was Jimmy Comtois.  I decided I would start interview...

Jun 25, 2007

I just read this and LOVED it


JJW said...

you liked it? eep. what did you like about it? i'm curious.

i'm a big A.M. Homes fan and thought it was poo. my favorite of hers is Music for Torching.

Adam said...

I don't know her other work. It was so human. It was funny and touching and I loved the world.

JJW said...

ah. she does have an incredible ability to capture incredible human traits at particularly odd moments. if you're inclined, you should definitely check out Music for Torching, and even the short story collection Safety of Objects (one of the stories was the basis for Music...).

i was just disappointed in this release, and didn't think that it showed any evolution to what she had done before. almost formulaic.

Malachy Walsh said...

I had a boss, Stuart Brent, who used to say to people about a book called "THE SEVEN STAIRS", "This book will save your life! BUY IT!"

Of course, he was the author.

But I don't think it was an overpromise. After reading it myself, I'm pretty sure it saved a lot of lives.

And, of course, it was all TRUE.

Adam said...

You know what will save your life? Deflowering Waldo... http://www.dramatists.com/cgi-bin/db/single.asp?key=3728

And it's all true.