“Maybe my character will catch her boyfriend and Loni Anderson in a suspicious embrace and go all batshit on both of them.” Carrie Gaffney tries dark and atmospheric. With a twist of ’80s TV.
“It did get me thinking about the art of simple subversion in everyday life, ways we challenge and surprise ourselves and those around us.” Carrie Gaffney offers some strategies.
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“Cracking the door, the three men observed upwards of ten rats, awake but barely moving, gathered around the glasses of beer and completely oblivious to the humans who had entered the room.” A Mythic Indy story by Carrie Gaffney>
“There are many other people whose Twitter insights make me happy or curious. But start with these five. You won’t be disappointed.” Carrie Gaffney introduces you to a handful of Twitter characters.
“His honesty resonates. He illuminates a population, an underbelly of civilized society, without blinking, but also without contempt or sensationalizing.” Carrie Gaffney profiles author Frank Bill.
“There’s no doubt that his prose should get attention and probably shouldn’t take a backseat to the content. But in the end, this book is about people who kick the shit out of each other.” Carrie Gaffney and Lou Perry discuss Frank Bill’s Donnybrook.
“To summarize, my Seasonal Affective Disorder has kicked in like whoa, and I need to get into a more summery state of mind.” So Carrie Gaffney offers a list of her most memorable beach songs.
“One day earlier, doctors had removed 65 percent of Jeff’s liver, an attempt to stem the spread of the cancer.” Carrie Gaffney spends New Year’s Eve with her brother.