Re: RARA-AVIS: Other forms of Writing

From: Kukana Fields (
Date: 16 Sep 2005

Mr. Calcagno,
  Yes I've written a comedy (novel) called "Lola Knows Best". It's a kind of sex-comedy laced with current affairs set in San Francisco. No one will touch it because the idea of Kent Harrington writing a comedy, is, well, a bad joke to most agents! It was a lot of fun and I hope to write more comedy. Those may have to go in a drawer, but they're going to get written, as I enjoy it. Mind you, I've a very, very hard head. (Maybe I should just write a auto-biography. That would be a real comedy.)
 Below-- just for fun-- is a sample of the humor from the first chapter.

"My story really starts with a question, and I can't remember who asked it now. It came up at lunch a few days after I said I'd marry Lola. Oh, and it was the day I met Carolyn Plum. The question was: if Woody Allen remarried Mia Farrow, how many ways would Soon Yi's child be related to Woody?"



Aldo Calcagno <> wrote:


What other forms of writing have you explored? You written noir, thriller, screenplays. Anything on a lighter note?


Mystery Dawg

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