“Stories Are How We Make Sense of the World” by Salvatore Pane

23 Sep

I’m so stoked about this story, this love story, each section pulling its own little weight, explaining love. This is, I feel, a super cool story about love in the 21st century, video games, social media, sex shops. Basically, I’m saying I love the way it unfolds, the details like big snowflakes on the speaker’s windshield. Cool.

HEY I’LL START YOU IN THE MIDDLE:

2. I am working on a novel about Facebook and Twitter and Mega Man 2 and you read it before we break up and say that you love it and have complete confidence in it and that more importantly you love me. The book has a character who is kind of like me and in the book his girlfriend who is kind of like you has to give a speech about why she loves him so.

Read the beginning and the rest and contributor bio and see how you feel.

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One Response to ““Stories Are How We Make Sense of the World” by Salvatore Pane”

  1. ce. September 24, 2010 at 12:28 am #

    Dang, dude. This line is fantastic: “You said, “This is how I’ve always imagined my life.” And that’s true. But imagination is not reality and it’s time we learn the difference.”

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