The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

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Sometimes I dream

I think (sometimes) that I would like to write comics. It may be regarded as an ignoble profession, but names such as Sam Keith, Neil Gaiman, and Warren Ellis float through my mind and urge me to pick up a pencil every time my imagination's fired. I should start by resurrecting Roman à Clef. I think about the lives those names have touched and while it may not be many when compared to a literary giant, it's more than I'm diong now.

I was talking to Jason last night and I think I may have a Randolph Carter-style tale I can work on. It won't be Dream Quest of Unknown Kadath Revisited, but I think that's as good a place as any to start.

I ask myself, from time to time, "What is my destiny?" But I think destiny is not given or set for you. You claim your destiny, you become it. No one will do you any favors. And if it doesn't work out, you have gained experience and must move on. Does that sound trite? Does a lot of what I write sound trite? I don't think I should worry about that so much. Some things are trite and true, if you'll excuse the pun.

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