And what was ‘special’ became lost. To be honest, Kerouac never did it for me – I was more Kafka, Camus and Dostoyevsky. Nice strip!
You know Chris, I think if I did return to Kerouac I would be disappointed, which is why I don’t, but thankfully I did discover both Kafka and Dostoyevsky whom I do revisit. Regards Mark.
Damn. I’d love to collaborate with you on a Crumble Cult strip some time, Mark. Your writing for comics is second to none. Really. My favourite lines? “I carried the book with me wherever I went. Which is to say I carried it around the house.” I cracked a smile at that. 😛
I would really like to work with you – when? I have ideas for strips but struggle with the artwork. I am definitely up for it and wow, such a compliment.
Amazing strip, Mark!
I love this light pinching feeling inside my chest.
That’s a wonderful thing to say, Tati (if I may call you that). Thank you so much.
Of course, Mark! You can call me Tati 🙂
I would be happy (it sounds much more friendly than Unbolt) 😛
LOL. I have yet to read Kerouac, but a writing teacher of mine once said that often with the greats, a lot of people don’t understand them. Tolstoy, Melville, the list goes on.
Ha! Yes I think your teacher was right. As I said in an earlier comment I think if I re-read Kerouac I would be disappointed and so I don’t.
Brilliant. Simply brilliant. 🙂
Thank you so much.
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