“Swedish writer: I can see that this will be important.” A look at writers around the world from Robin Wyatt Dunn.
“One of the guys I hate doesn’t know I exist, and I only hate him because of the way he rode his bike. That sounds mean, I know, but he rode it in a real holier-than-thou kind of way.” Robin Wyatt Dunn hates some guys. This is where the list currently stands.
The French word derives from the Latin mancus: “maimed, powerless.” So the French are really saying: “you maim me.” “You make me powerless.” When it comes to “I miss you,” Robin Wyatt Dunn doesn’t miss much.
“I got arrested one time; well, it wasn’t arrested, just temporarily handcuffed. I’d been drinking in downtown Austin, and the beer tasted good.” A case of mistaken identity, starring Robin Wyatt Dunn.
“Yesterday I asked her on a date. She says she doesn’t go on dates. I showed her the recipe for my coffee and she took it with her. Said she had some place to be. I said I ought to be there with her, wherever that place was, but she was snooty and ignored me.” New fiction from Robin Wyatt Dunn.
“Have you ever seen that cops are like that sometimes, with the look in their eyes like they’re waiting, waiting for the fun to start.” Robin Dunn has a close encounter.
“And so shall you sit. And so shall you be saved from your own responsibilities: thought, action, love, heartache, even illusion.” And so begins a love story by Robin Wyatt Dunn.
“I am alive, like there is a boy on my shoulders, and I am carrying him through the wilderness. The sky is bright, and rainclouds are coming. Everything is so close to me, full and shining.” New fiction by Robin Wyatt Dunn.