• Blarney Stone(s) and the Port Authority Pub Crawl The Portly Producer’s previous life ambition is to drink at every single Blarney Stone in the city of New York, a goal which was easily and terribly realized, culminating in the Port Authority Pub Crawl, a locus or hive, if you will, of Blarney Stones. Though the Literary Man would never wish this night on […] Literary Man 0 Comments April 1, 2011
  • What is Pork Chopping? “My life’s ambition is merely this,” said Portly Producer, midway through a Port Authority Pub Crawl, which was somehow worse than the Literary Man had expected. “To shoot a feral pig with a sniper rifle from a moving helicopter at night. I’m not kidding. They’ve already legalized it in Texas” “Yes, but why?” the Literary […] Literary Man 0 Comments April 1, 2011
  • Literary Terms: Pathetic Fallacy Today’s Literary Term is: Pathetic Fallacy. 1. TheĀ pathetic fallacy: the treatment of inanimate objects as if they had human feelings, thought, or sensations. Eg. “The stars will awaken.” or; 2. The pathetic fallacy: the belief that by drinking only light beerĀ the Portly Producer will stop gaining weight. Eg. “I will stop gaining weight if, from […] Literary Man 0 Comments March 31, 2011
  • Top Ten Hottest Authors of Our Time Hot Author Number Ten President Barack Obama Author of two best-selling memoirs, Barack Obama is better known as the Leader of the Free World. He published his third book, OF THEE I SING, last fall, which currently has 129 five star Amazon ratings out of 141 total ratings. Amazing. The man can do it all, […] Literary Man 0 Comments March 28, 2011
  • Wherefore art thou, Brobot? It has come to the Literary Man’s attention that robots have been designed to edit manuscripts. Well, okay, they’re not robots, exactly, but they’re not human, either. So what are they? Are they friend or are they foe? The role of technology in the realm of art has long been documented; but so, also, has […] Literary Man 0 Comments March 25, 2011