Monday, April 24, 2017

A picaresque tale …

… Guest Post, Roger Boylan: The Making of a Farce – s [r] blog. (Hat tip, Dave Lull.)

As I explain to people who ask me why I don’t just knock off a bestseller or two, then go back to my quirky comedies, if I could knock off a bestseller, don’t you think I would? Quirky comedies are what I write. Farce is what I do. It’s an essential ingredient of literature, specifically comic literature. Actually, it’s an essential ingredient of life, which makes comic fiction the most realistic genre of all.

Well it is third in line for reading, but I just got a Kindle copy of  The Great Pint-Pulling Olympiad.

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