Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Typos in the building -- what do you think?


6 comments:

Hilary Goldberg said...

I think that the boxes need some space and room. Perhaps they've been under too much pressure. Or perhaps the person who throws grammar to the wind, wants the boxes to break down, and is driving them over the edge. "All boxes need to break down"....hmm guess it depends on the tone. I get the sense that there is some hostility there and vote for the latter - sounds like a box cutter on a rampage.

mattilda bernstein sycamore said...

Hilary, you're right -- all boxes need some space and room, otherwise how can they breakdown? Wait, I'm having a breakdown -- is there space for my boxes -- there must be space, there must... but you're also right here: I sense some hostility too, especially since there's a refuge disposal, I mean what kind of message is that? Don't drive me over the edge, really don't drive me into boxes, don't dispose of my edges...

Love --
mattilda

filthyhot said...

how is the lastest work, Why Are Faggots so Afraid of Faggots, coming along?

mattilda bernstein sycamore said...

Filthyhot, so lovely to hear from you! At the moment I'm making my final decisions for the new anthology, a difficult task indeed!

Love --
mattilda

filthyhot said...

I'm excited about this project.

I have a question. I just finished writing a book. It's fiction. I have been trying to find a literary agent but haven't had luck.

Do you know any agents that seek out gay writers or publishers that seek out gay writers?

Thanks

mattilda bernstein sycamore said...

Yay -- thanks, filthyhot!

As for those big big questions, you can call me any night and we can chat -- number is on my homepage.

Love --
mattilda