Author Archives: Ken Honeywell
“Herman removed her girdle and threw it across the room. Next he removed his dentures and placed them in a glass beside the bed.” New fiction by Andy Bankin.
“It’s the idea you love. You have a vision, and the only thing standing between your vision and its realization is that somebody has to convince the client to give you the money to make it real.” Ken Honeywell has ideas about Mad Men.
“Speaking of lower standards, if you’re one of the kids I’m writing about and you’re reading this, I should warn you that at some point here I am going to talk about having sex with your father.” JM Randolph sink even lower.
“It was a confusing time to be a kid; maybe it’s always confusing to be a kid, but looking back through the lens of Mad Men, it seems the late ’60s were especially so.” Ken Honeywell grows up.
“Every single action set piece is featured in the trailer. I’m not exaggerating here, I mean it. Every. Single. One.” Eric Wood reviews the full-length version of Fast & Furious 6, too.
“The sudden change in our local weather calls for pulling together our three main loves: people, food and music. In an effort to prepare, here are four menus, paired with some of the best dinner party music we know. Who wants to come over?”
“I mean, who can tell after just one date, you know? But that’s okay, I guess; either way, you’d get to keep the puppy.” Tara Campbell tries an innovative dating gambit.
“You work with a bunch of bright, talented people who are looking for better ways to sell Carnation Instant Breakfast to the masses; meanwhile, beefy policemen with nightsticks are beating people in the streets. Rome burns; you fiddle.” Ken Honeywell rosins up the bow.
“At work, they asked us to please stop drinking. People had been pouring wine under their desks. I just don’t think alcohol is necessary, our vice president said, clearly not living in the same universe as the rest of us.” Michael Nagel reflects on life after the Boston Marathon bombing.
“There are more trucker hats and bump-its than I’ve seen in one place. 99.9% of the men have short hair, and 0.01% of the women do. The skinny, disheveled hipster boys I’m used to are elsewhere.” Traci Cumbay reports from the CrossFit Games.