Sunday, November 11, 2007

CPW Writer's Block Series: Diary of Not a Rice Person


Gentle Readers,

I'm suffering the dearth of inspiration that is writer's block. To keep my newer readers entertained I will occasionally direct you to past pieces that I particularly enjoyed writing.

Our first in this series is my essay Diary of Not a Rice Person which only a few of you saw on its first time around.

Enjoy. For God's sake.

CP

10 comments:

Dino aka Katy said...

okay so while we wait for your block to leave how about some cute kitty pictures?

Old Lady said...

This was great! I learned something new today. I had a friend once, who was a performing transvestite who refered to females that hung out with gay men as 'fag hags'. I have never heard of 'rice queen'. He was a good friend. I used to help him dress for his performances. I will write about him.

Coaster Punchman said...

Funny! I think most women who have a lot of gay friends don't really care for the term "fag hag." Calling someone a "hag" isn't very complimentary, although I've known a few women who think it's cute.

A straight guy with a lot of gay friends is called a "fag stag" which is a little better. Fag stags have figured out going to a gay club with a gay male friend is a great way to pick up chicks, since a) those chicks will be there with their gay friends and b) the gay friends won't be competing at all. Quite the little niche market they have going for themselves.

Grant Miller said...

The fag stag method sounds kind of brilliant.

Dale said...

I remember reading this back in the early stalking of the Punchman. It was nice reading it again.

jewgirl said...

writer's block? hate that. have you tried sage? music? lighting a white candle and staring at the flicker? hey, I'm a weird fuckin' dame, but some'a these remedies work.

love the name of the essay. running like a dawg to read it now.

I hope the block passes sooner than later.

pg said...

I'm not sure if that makes me a Coaster Queen or a Punchman's Queen, both of these sound a bit dykotomic (sic).

Hot Lemon said...

wonnert what happened to yew. I've got a few posts que'd up in my DRAFT folder if you wanna borrow 'em...

Old Lady said...

At the time he told me, I was suprised at the term. That was back in the 80's when the word 'hag' was being used frequently in many areas of the service industry. It was overused like 'awesome'. I did sense a sort of contempt with that term. That's it. I have to write about him next.

Bluez said...

I've been called a fag hag and I don't care. I love my gay friend Bill and always will.

That was not a poem.