Friday, July 11, 2008

How I Became a Small Press Writer

Sorry, again, for the poor quality. If you'd like a better-quality version, drop me an e-mail. In case anyone takes it this wrong way, it is a satire and presses mentioned are fictional. Let me know what you think.


Brian Fugett said...

Oh man! That was fantastic! You did a great job with this lil' film. Very creative and original. I loved it.

Double thumbs-up from Zygote in my Coffee!

Anonymous said...

ha! that rocks balls, nate! you an' yer hubris did a good job! but you still sound like a friggin' eleven year old!

-jethro spivey said...

Dude, everyone knows that the Atlantic trumps the New Yorker. Get your facts straight. If you had a decent publisher you'd already know this.

Nate Graziano said...

What the hell are you talking about, Jethro? I sound exactly, I mean "exactly" like Barry White.

My publisher never tells me anything. Although I would argue that The New Yorker is be all and end all with short fiction. If you publish a story in The New Yorker, you can pretty much sit back and wait for agents to call.

Many thanks, Brian. Especially for not being sarcastic and critical, like some other people on this blog.

donwinter said...


Your movie exposes the comedy of the "littles." Great stuff.

Don Winter

Nate Graziano said...

Thanks, Don. Unless we laugh, we're destined to take ourselves WAY too seriously.