7 Questions with Frank J.

I have a profile up over at PJ Media about my influences as a fiction writer. Yes, I only have the one short story so far (and go read it if for some crazy reason you haven’t yet), but more is coming, I assure you.

So what do you all think of Liberty Island? I’m not always big on grouping by political persuasion where it’s not needed (such as in fiction writing), but it’s nice to have stories from authors you know don’t hate your guts because of your views on taxes, liberty, and small government.

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10 Comments

  1. Very entertaining interview.

    To me, your one-liners and short essays evokd a mix of P.J. O’Rourke, Groucho Marx, Ambrose Bierce, Mark Twain, and Snoopy.

    As for influences as a fiction writer, Douglas Adams should be one, if he’s not already. Same view of the absurdity of things and people as you have. It’s good.

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  2. @6 jw – It’s pretty much a solid lock that Frank will ignore you completely, but you never know… he might deign to descend from his Ivory Tower O’ Funneh to speak to the masses.

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  3. Just a question and then I’ll wait for the enevitable hypocritical back-wash:

    Why can’t we ask your moderators a question concerning the operation of this site witout their hypocritical reply that smacks of the same stuff that you rail against, and we so love, about the current administration in Washington D.C.?

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