Saturday, October 30, 2004

Michael Chabon talked about the golems of his life, the clay of language, and how a writer's life depends upon lies. He said he's reading Virginia Woolf's Orlando at the moment, recently reread all his Raymond Chandlers, and recommended John Crowley's Little, Big. He writes screenplays so he can get health insurance for his four children through the screenwriters guild. We took three books to be signed and bought a copy of The Escapist for S.

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