Thursday, June 9, 2011

The lord giveth

Question: Is Karl's new novel ready yet?
Answer: Yes, it it. Part one is ready to be purchased, for two dollars- the price of bourgeois person's soul, if I believed in such things. When part two is ready, the novel will be updated and you will find yourself with part two glaring at you on your ipad or kindle or whatever you read with, if you are one of those heathens who use digital. A better idea is to have your book binder bind a copy for you. And bind a new book for "part two", and "part three" and so on.

Question: Where can I purchase this fine book?
Answer: here.

13 comments:

A said...

The hilight of my life, Karl x

Elana said...

Bourgeois tastes and cultures are preeminent and fundamentally un-fun and unoriginal in today's incarnation. It is all very ho-hum. Art mediums should idealize new abstractions for future generations' appreciation in the moment, and go out of it's way not to replicate and reiterate if it is to transcend the materialistic mentality of the present uber-civil civilization. Humans imitate to attune with others, but artists must create for selfish reasons or they are destined to be irrelevant poster children.

Jerome said...

Too funny. I look forward to the rest.

Kate said...

Ohhh I really want to get this!
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D♥R said...

hello Karl

michael said...

Purchased and almost completely digested. No serious, I eat each page I read.

Dabomb said...

I often imagine that my senile thoughts of old age will resemble this manuscript. Love it.

amandakatarina said...

I just officially added it to the list for my Book Club. Anticipate a review soon.

Lucia.Q said...

Hey, that's cool. I'm also writing a book.

CINCHED AT THE WAIST said...

you make me laugh by myself. i like this.

PHILO said...

oh I am looking forward to it!

smoke and mirrors said...

so cool! xx

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Zane Wooder said...

Personally I'd rather just read the real book. Nothing is better then a real book. Not a fan of digital books.

-Zane of ontario honey