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Pulp Fiction

Sunday, 5 May, 2019

Todd Alcott is a screenwriter and graphic artist. He describes his creative work as Cultural Mashups and Midcentury Madness. Note: Maggie’s Farm is a song written by Bob Dylan and recorded on 15 January 1965. It was released on the album Bringing It All Back Home on 22 March of that year.

Maggie's Farm


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“That was enough dialogue for a few pages — he had to get into some fast, red-hot action.

The story flowed like a torrent. The margin bell chimed almost staccato, the roller turned with almost piston-like continuity, the pages sprang up almost like blobs of batter from a pancake skillet. The cigarettes gave up their ghosts, long thin gray ghosts, in a good cause; the mortality rate was terrible.

His train of thought, the story’s lifeline, beer-lubricated but no whit impeded, flashed and sputtered and coursed ahead like lightning in a topaz mist, and the loose fingers and hiccuping keys followed as fast as they could.” — Cornell Woolrich

Photo: Winter timber cut and stacked on Slievereagh in County Limerick, Ireland. The main uses for wood pulp are paper and board. Fiction is a byproduct.