Archive for December, 2009

Here’s a great article in The Millions about writing while riding the subway. This is how I’ve gotten a lot work done over the past few years. I think, as they’re saying, the main reason is not enough hours in the day. The other is to ward off the solitude at a desk in an […]


Any resemblance? It occurred to me the creators may’ve based the character’s look on Kerouac. Maybe Jack just looks like every man from the late ’50s/early ’60s.


I haven’t read a novel-length book since October. And I think, subconsciously, it’s because of this interview with Rick Rofihe. I dug his quote about writers leading a very narrow life.


We’ll be playing at The Cove (formerly known as Hugs) in the very heart of Williamsburg on Tuesday night at 8pm. That’s 108 North 6th St. between Bedford and Berry. It’ll be good to shake off the live-show rust before debarking for Christmas. We haven’t been out live since the end of October, and I’m […]


Actor Vincent Price’s daughter Victoria penned this fantastic article over at The Rumpus today. It’s about Henry Miller in Hollywood, rediscovering his love of painting and making friends along the way, and creating a success for himself out of his love for art. I don’t know what it is about Miller, but whenever I read […]


Nicolle Elizabeth over at Fictionaut checked in recently with Monkeybicycle’s editor, Steven Seighman, here. Very cool interview.