Hopefully y'all can get this link below. This is one of the very best, if not the best 'treatise' on writing I've come across. It's print and pin on wall good.
I've just discovered this little announcement on this Wiki page
"It was announced that Kurt Vonnegut's 1959 novel The Sirens of Titan would be made into a television series and would be adapted by Dan Harmon and Evan Katz."
It turns out this was announced several years ago...
Vonnegut's anti-war book is being adapted into a graphic novel by Boom-Studios. I love the book so this is a must purchase for me.
BOOM! Studios Announces SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE Graphic Novel By Ryan North and Albert Monteys
Ive Read Cats Cradle , Slaughterhouse 5 .Breakfast of Champions . . The first two had elements of science fiction and all three definit fit into the category of satire.I found them to be enjoyable . A very limited selection and likely not representative of his entire body of works of...
I cannot remember why I suddenly decided to read Slaughterhouse Five, I think I might have seen an article written about it, or perhaps the bombing of Dresden during World War II that mentioned it. Whatever it might have been it was enough to capture my interest and I picked it up.
I think Player Piano and The Sirens of Titan are two of Vonnegut's best novels. They're also his most "obviously" science-fiction novels. I thought Slaughter-house 5 was great, and honestly, Cat's Cradle didn't amaze me. I found it okay.
I always wonder what it would've been like if Kurt...
pretty excited about this: my co-conspirator over at the blog took it upon himself to rank 14 Kurt Vonnegut novels. this is probably one of the best posts we've had:
curious if the other Vonnegut fans here would...
I was wondering about Slaughterhouse Five which i have in library paperback. I couldnt find any Vonnegut threads wasnt from 2005 and only few post.
Is Slaughterhouse Five set in WWII prison camp like the synopsis says ?
When i read alittle of it to sample its the main character trying to...
Well, this is a blow!
Novelist Kurt Vonnegut dies at age 84 - Yahoo! News
The story came in 14 minutes ago, apparently, via AP, and is titled "Novelist Kurt Vonnegut dies at age 84", by Christian Salazar.
The article itself is quite long (as such things on writers tend to go).
This place (the Chronicles) and the people here keep amazing me. All of those interesting and fun discussions and such good answers to questions.
I have two more queries that I hope to hear your thoughts on. I figured that I might as well combine both queries in one post for convenience.