Don't Try - what would/will your epitaph be? (1 Viewer)


old and in the way
Harlan Ellison. Now there's a name I haven't heard in a while. I was a fan of Ellison's in the mid-to-late '70s. In fact, I still have a stack of signed first editions.

Digney in Burnaby

donkeys live a long time
Documentary on him that's made a few film festivals, etc.: Dreams With Sharp Teeth.

Here is a place to see various bits of the doc.

Harlan is another of those iconoclast writers America has produced over the years.
he's not gone yet,
"Believe you won't die today,
that way you will always be right.
Except for once.
Thats a good track record.

And no one will be able to say
'Told you so.'
Because you are dead."

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