Ordinary life is pretty complex stuff.
I'm sure someone out there has a workable solution. But what do I know? I make comic books and write about jazz. I do know the difference between right and wrong, though.
I really don't have a lot in common with the people who attend the Comic Con. It's like assuming that all people who write prose are the same.
I always wanted praise and I always wanted attention; I won't lie to you. I was a jazz critic and that wasn't good enough for me. I wanted people to write about me, not me about them. So I thought, What could I do? I can't sing, I can't dance, I can't act or anything like that. OK, I can write.
I don't write about certain arguments I have with my wife. I'd get my head torn off if wrote about certain things.
I try and write the way things happen. I don't try and fulfill people's wishes
I write scripts in storyboard fashion using stick figures, and thought balloons and word balloons and captions. Then I'll write descriptions of what scenes should look like and turn it over to the artist
It's the stuff that happens right in front of your face when there's no routine and everything is unexpected. That's what I want to write about.
I wanted to write literature that pushed people into their lives rather than helping people escape from them.
Am I a guy who writes about himself in a comic book, or am I just a character in that book? If I die, will that character keep going, or will he just fade away?
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