Your favorite public broadcasting network, NPR, is looking for someone to record their “this… is NPR” voiceover show closers, “support for this program comes from…” ramblings, and more. You could be that person! Although, come to think of it, the following people have voices made of gold and silver and other precious things, so they might deserve the job. Because, really, you don’t really want the job anyway. Hearing yourself after Ira Glass or Terry Gross might send you into a state of anxious paralysis.
The job application involves recording two scripts so we can assess your skills. Bring it. — tanya b.
Probably they’re not looking for someone with a cartoon voice. *sob*
Neil Gaiman has released a book of his great commencement address, Make Good Art.
When things get tough, this is what you should do: Make good art. I’m serious. Husband runs off with a politician — make good art. Leg crushed and then eaten by a mutated boa constrictor — make good…
Thank you for the permission. Atm all I’m making is brainless poetry and ridiculous doodles as well.
No spoilers, no worries.I’m halfway through @Joe_Hill ‘s NOS4A2 and I can’t read it cover to cover (although I DESPERATELY WANT TO!) because I start hyperventilating. Even the non-scary parts are creepy, in a “read it under the covers with a flashlight on but then also with the ceiling light on” kinda way.
And WOAH shout-out to Gabriel’s illustrations. Over the TOP subtle yet terrifying, they stick in your mind like old warm playdough.
I’m scared to keep reading but I can’t stand not knowing how this turns out.