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  1. #1
    SquidNote
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    My Boy Kane is Big Time Now!!!

    I'm sure most of you remember our once-resident polemicist, Kane X. Faucher. The boy found his niche. See his work at Exquisite Corpse at :http://www.corpse.org/issue_12/letters/faucher.html



  2. #2
    Ed Potter
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    Re: My Boy Kane is Big Time Now!!!

    <http://www.corpse.org/issue_12/letters/faucher.html>

  3. #3
    Keith Cronin
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    Re: My Boy Kane is Big Time Now!!!

    Sorry, but he's the most pompous writer I've encountered in decades. The Frasier Crane of the literatit.

    I'll pass.


    KC

  4. #4
    Ed Potter
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    Re: My Boy Kane is Big Time Now!!!

    I must thank him for helping me overcome my chronic insomnia for this night.

  5. #5
    Keith Cronin
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    Re: My Boy Kane is Big Time Now!!!

    That would be literati.

    Tough to be sarcastic with no spellchecker.


    KC

  6. #6
    Gary Kessler
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    Re: My Boy Kane is Big Time Now!!!

    Pity. I kinda liked the images evoked by "literatit." Sort of like the mind of Frasier Crane in the body of Pamela Anderson(?)

  7. #7
    Keith Cronin
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    Gary - I want to party with YOU.

    LOL!

  8. #8
    Keith Cronin
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    Re: Gary - I want to party with YOU.

    Kane's a nice guy - I jousted with him a bit at Roy A's writing board. But I can't get past the "have you noticed how well-read I am and how throbbingly large my vocabulary is?" style. I must be getting old.


    KC

    If one examines the postsemantic paradigm of context, one is faced with a choice: either accept the semioticist paradigm of reality or conclude that the purpose of the writer is deconstruction. A number of dematerialisms concerning the dialectic, and subsequent defining characteristic, of textual sexual identity may be discovered. Thus, socialist realism implies that narrativity is part of the futility of reality. *

    (* created by the Post-Modernist bullsh:t generator at
    http://www.elsewhere.org/cgi-bin/postmodern/)

  9. #9
    Jack Hinks
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    Big Time?

    Big time is a letter on an e-zine? I've got to adjust my sights.

    -- JH

  10. #10
    Brady Boyd
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    Re: Big Time?

    I was in the complete opposite corner from Kane's philosophy on writing, but I got along with him just fine. I too found the use of big words laborious. Just because there's twenty different sauces in your refrigrator doesn't mean you have to use them all. I'll stick with ketchup and mustard.

    Brady Boyd

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