I don’t have to be on that bus.
THE ANDROID REBELLION BY NICOLAS GATTIG 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 53
The bus left at 10 in time for tonight’s show in Sacramento. I thought about something Steve Drt had once said in an interview. Asked on camera if we would ever do Lollapalooza, he gave a smile full of plant teachers. “You know, 80 per cent of success is not showing up,” he said. “For the bullshit, that is.” I don’t have to be on that bus, I thought, sitting down at a cafe. I can drop the whole thing, slam cappuccinos till happy hour, then get smashed at a bar.
Hey chief, thanks for picking us up.
PERFECT STRANGERS BY ANDREW SPINK 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 53
I dream stories in my sleep.
MARLENE OLIN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 53
So I started writing. First a few hours a week. Now five hours a day. It’s my salvation. I itch to hit the computer keys. I dream stories in my sleep.