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Tag Archives: Douglas Coupland
Day 857 – Graham Strong, International Book Smuggler
Did I ever tell you about the time I became a book smuggler? It wasn’t Bibles into Communist Russia (or even Playboys, for that matter). In fact, I didn’t even realize I was doing it at the time. It was … Continue reading
Posted in Daily Report Tagged #MyNoFiMo, #NaNoWriMo, American Psycho, Brett Easton Ellis, Douglas Coupland, Generation X, Less Than Zero Leave a comment
Tales for an Accelerated Culture
It’s been 21 years, six months, and about 18 days since Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture was first published. And I have yet to publish — yet to complete — my first novel. How sad is that? I’ve … Continue reading
Posted in OTF Tagged Douglas Coupland, Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture, published 3 Comments
eBooks Were Made for Canada
Here’s a truly Canadian tale. First, let me preface this piece by saying I’ve been on the fence about ebooks, hung up mostly on the fact that they’re not books in the physical sense. I’m not morally opposed to ebooks, … Continue reading
UPDATE: Getting to the Roots of the Coupland Signature Mystery
In my last post, I mentioned that I found a copy of Generation A by Douglas Coupland that looked like it had been signed. By whom, I wasn’t sure — it seemed authentic, but it could have been someone just … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellaneous Tagged a few strong words, Douglas Coupland, Generation A, Graham Strong, novel writing blog, signature, signed copy 4 Comments
Does Douglas Coupland Think I’m What’s Wrong with the Human Race?
If you asked me to give a list of authors I’d like to have dinner with, Douglas Coupland would be in the top five. Of course, what makes any such list pure fantasy is that chances are the people you … Continue reading