Former Marine, aspiring actor and writer.
In the outside world, writers starve to have their words consumed and considered. On the inside, every 'letter' is sacred and sav(i)ored.
In a nutshell, it's correspondence between a guy and woman in prison... and another guy with the same name... and occasional other characters (you know how destiny and randomness go.)
Pseudo-accolades for Carcerated Grammer's Weekly / Biweekly / Monthly 'Cerealized' (sic) Prison Correspondence:
2017 Channillo Awards '1st Place Runner Up' in Best Ongoing Series, Humor and Journal Entries Catagories.
"'Carcerated Grammer' is... well, what can I say? I've never read anything quite like it.— it goes well with pie."
- Larry Jacoby 'The Colored Sightglass'
"I feel for Bianca— but I suppose, I'd read anything sent to me in prison too."
- Harriette Fairline 'The Long Island Shore Woman Gazette'
"—the age old adage you can't polish a turd, well— the only thing here easy on the eyes is thanks to the yellow paper it's written on."
- Tony Cima 'Hoffman Hot Rods Fanzine.'
Category/Genre(s): Journal Entries, Humor, Essays/Columns, Short StoriesUpdated: Every Other Week
If you have to know more than the title tells...
Let's just say the dinner isn't so much 'Kosher;' by either definition, as it is... not really a part of Chapter One anyway... directly, anyhow.
It's really more about an arcane relationship in a world not necessarily too far away from our own and the philosophical minutia that lies therein, ‘Pseudo-(Philia)sophically speaking;’ if you were worried the kids would be getting into some sort of romp through a Robo-Socratic-love based story.
Which they won’t.
There’s like- Blade Runner and Japanese Anime for that.
So, I guess you could say, it's the human conception of mundane science fiction at it's most mundane. So, you probably won't like it.
I know Roy isn't too 'the human conception of' keen on what he gets put through.
Category/Genre(s): Humor, Science Fiction, Adult Fiction, FantasyUpdated: Weekly