An excerpt from my next buddy cop comedy novel, Gunn & Balloo, as well as a perspective on why, when sad, I prefer to right funny rather than dive into melancholy.
How Bojack and Doki Doki Literature Club show us the perils of trying to “save” someone with depression
Up concrete steps, chipping paint crackling under his feet. The latch on the gate creaks with…
Full review of Netflix’s The End of the F***ing World, not for everyone but still recommended.
Netflix keeps up a strong track record of accurately and empathetically representing depression with The End of the F***ing World (so far).
Wherein I return to editing work in earnest and give the status of Drawful the Awful.
Wherein I discuss how there’s always an easy path to coping with sadness, but there’s a better one than that to your art.
Wherein I discuss how and why depression is a reason to work rather than an impediment.
Wherein I discuss how depression and your mental/emotional state is a lens through which you understand the world for your art.