Monday, April 27, 2020
More tales from the fall of books
Thank you so much for your suggestion that I might like to take the series of 2,500 short essays I sent you for your consideration and instead put them on the Internet. It was very thoughtful of you.
Unfortunately I have already done this.
They didn't like them.
The Internet doesn't seem to be particularly keen on complexity... or, um, me.
That's why I thought I'd try pursuing an audience with a higher tolerance for complexity, like cats, or 4-year-olds, or book readers.
You don't happen to know any book readers, do you?
Yeah, I work at a library.
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
Labels: authors, books, humor, internet, Internetland, letters, publishing, rok
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