Big Things Afoot
Welcome to the last issue of the Digest Kirk
will be putting together as a single guy...
on the last day of this month I'll be a married man.
I'm breaking my usual tradition of only reviewing
stuff well after it's been in and out of most theaters by
the famously frenetic Moulin Rogue-- good flick.
This month also has the first digest assembled using the
new set of submit scripts, with the ubiquitous
linkcodes. Hopefully all the bugs have been ironed out.
So read, send-in, love, and enjoy,
Front Page Picks
By TJ Holland.
- Wild slice of life.
The Jeep Story
By Just Some Girl.
- Tells a story. Interesting counterpoint to TJ Holland's work.
By BRANDI (age 8),
Submitted by Angel.
- Honest, I'm not very sentimental about works by young people,
but this really is a fresh use of words.
he said he loves
Two by Madison.
Both really fly on the amount of finely chosen details they present.
Love at First Sight?
By Tanqueray Cowboy.
- Sweetly simple.
not far enough
Two by kevin urenda.
I've always thought that Kevin's works don't get the representation
they should as Front Page Picks, but these two resonated with me.
second glances at the last show
By Savannah Haze.
Meditation on old love.
- Great work. But I think mostly I like saying "Skinemax".
Simple. The recursive nature of it appeals to the geek in me.
Heart on Sleeve Corner
- 407 more heartsongs sent to the Blender last month.