Monday, October 16, 2006

Rob Hunter's One Tin Leg

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Rob Hunter, when I first met him, drove a black van named Dead Ernest Delivers. At that time he was a dj in between gigs. Once, in an alternative universe, he was a drummer for the Grateful Dead ( Or the founder of Greenpeace. Perhaps a standup comedian from Adelaide, Australia.

Now he writes -- very well, I might add -- science fiction of a kind Rod Serling might want to produce but would know his sponsors would find too unsettlingly true to life to want to pay for.

One Tin Leg offers samples in type and voice with cool interpolations by Rob's son Charlie Hunter.

A Rain of Frogs is Rob's blog.

Go read. I'll still be here when you get back.


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