By the way, these are the opening lines of the WHOLE DAMN BOOK that are so King like:
Like Genet I sit in my cell and wank off I nail criminals to my wall they hold court for me. At night I love them and my love endows them with life. Like Genet I write in my prison cell, on backs of paper bags.
I am Frances Farmer who wrote down Cocksucker as her career who bellowed out HAVE YOU EVER HAD A BROKEN HEART Frances Farmer being restrained by the two policemen in that photo her hair is wild she is my wildwomen like the After pics of the Papin Sisters Frances Farmer whose mother called her sister Frances Farmer my statute of lbieration the icon of resistance St. Francis! Foucault on Sade: When constraints were at their most necessary, an explosion was necessary Sade who wrote in revolt against his jailers I am the Pink Bloque protester being led away at the Senate committee hearings: I HAVE A VOICE! I HAVE A VOICE!
What do you think of my opening? Any thoughts? I am nervous about my intro John thinks it lacks the coherence and cleanness of the rest of the book I kind of wanted the beginning to be a sort of glittering assault.
On the BOOK with a FACE someone commented that there were probably no women writers in the comparison machine. Boo hoo on that jazz. That reminds me of the other dumb FB meme, What Crazy Ass Writer Are You or something, they had like Hemingway and someone else but not any of my FAVORITE madwomen.
Did anyone get any women when they did it?
HAHA! HAHA! I just pasted the first few pages of Mrs. Dalloway into it, and it said that I write like James Joyce! Oh Virginia would have a shitfit over that.
Lately I have also Googled: How do you boil corn. AND. How do you teach a fiction workshop.