just finished reading another collection of Philip K. Dick short stories, I Hope I Shall Arrive Soon, compiled by a former executor of the PKD estate, and certainly the most sympathetic of his advocates, Paul Williams, who wrote the exemplary piece on PKD for Rolling Stone.
much darker than The Golden Man collection, and more dependent upon PKD’s musings on mental heath especially as in the eponymous story.
taking a break now from my exhaustive traversal of PKD to take in the latest from Thomas Pynchon, his 9/11 novel, Bleeding Edge. it’s already hooked me with its epigraph by none other than another fave, Donald E. Westlake.
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