January 7, 2011: Back to it

Time to Settle Accounts

January 7, 2011: Back to it

It took six days for the breakdown to occur. Write one short a day. Flash non-fiction as it were. Set the scene, zoom in, zoom out, not more than 450 words. The promise was not to set the standard of “one a day or bust,” but to wake up each morning and run the process, Start-to-Finish-to-Edit-to-Publish, all with a recent, local story. Continue reading “January 7, 2011: Back to it”


A People with Passion correspondence, with Kubrick decoder Rob Ager

A People with Passion correspondence

Rob Ager, film analyst and Kubrick decoder

Interview conducted October 2010

The Meaning of the Monolith Revealed?

Good evening. Earlier this month, ReadJack.com recorded an interview via email correspondence with film analyst and Kubrick expert Rob Ager, at a distance of nearly 4000 miles from Chicago. It took pretty much no time at all for our words to reach Ager’s computer in Liverpool, but this time delay has been deleted from this recording. Continue reading “A People with Passion correspondence, with Kubrick decoder Rob Ager”