All there is in my stomach is coffee, fudgy grahams, and a lot of rain.
One of the techniques I've been thinking about was in The Other Hollywood: The uncensored oral history of the porn film industry, and involved using different oral testimonies to tell increasingly interlocking and compelling stories. I stayed up till 6 am one night reading it, simply fascinated by the fact that it was all true, and primary source material. Paragraphs from different voices, layering together to tell the stories.
Katie and I experimented a little bit with taking a story she had written about the two of us, and me adding in my viewpoint in alternating paragraphs. It was a fun exercise, and I should really finish my portion.
I think the Ocho Y Media project, for which (other to do list) I have to fill out an interview, is projected to form a similar oral history formatted narrative.
To do lists, aie. I saw Stephen Van Dyck perform at Sea and Space the other day, and he read from his worry list. I'm fascinated by lists, making them, reading them, the different types of lists, etc...
What would my worry list be:
- getting mugged walking around echo park
- never leaving the house as I have no car now
- slipping on wet steps and losing my front teeth
- running out of ativan and not being able to get more
- the car eating the bunny
- the rats dying of depression