Don’t Let It Get You Down

One of the reasons I’ve been light on the posts to the site is the old grind. Working for the man has been getting me down, down, down, you might say. That’s why I have to put in a plug for a new book from a very good friend of mine.

In fact, I just got back from celebrating the publication of Jeff’s book “Working for the Man.” I’m happy to see it in print, and I was happy to see a huge crowd come out revel in its desperately needed solutions for the plight of millions: working inside cubicle land.

One of Jeff’s most popular and brilliantly subversive ideas is “How to Write a Novel While You’re on the Clock“—a near and dear subject indeed.

Anyway, to end this shameless plug, I invite you to check out the book. Support a fellow writer and hand out a few copies at your office holiday party.

Comments 3

  1. Company Grrl wrote:

    I feel your pain. . . Keeping the company BS at a safe distance is a skill that requires practice and a sometimes dangerous level of glee. Perhaps the fact that there are many, many fellow MFA peeps out here trapped in cubicle hell is some consolation. . .

    Posted 08 Nov 2007 at 10:50 pm
  2. Jeffrey Yamaguchi wrote:

    G! Thanks for coming to the party and thanks for posting this very nice post, and thanks for everything else, of course. Remember when we used to meet up at the ‘buck? We were working for the man then, we’re still working for the man now, and damn, we’re going to just keep on working for the man.

    Posted 09 Nov 2007 at 12:43 am
  3. gordon wrote:

    Good to know that there are a few others out there suffering cubicilitis…

    Now back to that novel on company time.

    Posted 14 Nov 2007 at 9:54 pm

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