Authors: Keith Hartman,Eric Dunn
In the box on the passenger seat, the kitten yawned and stretched. It blinked, and then opened its eyes for the first time.
"Good morning," I said. "And welcome to the world."
It stared up at me with big blue eyes, trying to figure out what it was looking at. And I guess that maybe this is the way the world is supposed to work. Some people get the girl, and some people get the guy, and some of us just get the smelly little kitten. I put the car in drive.
"Come on stinky, let's go home."
Keith Hartman grew up in Huntsville Alabama, where he was a weird little boy who didn't fit in. He went to Princeton University, where he was supposed to study economics and instead blew all his time on theater courses. He then started a PhD in Finance at Duke, before realizing that he just couldn't spend the rest of his life teaching MBA's how to screw each other. So he ran away to be a writer.
His parents were thrilled.
He sold his first short story to a tiny magazine that went out of business, and his first book to Rutgers University, which did not.
He moved to Los Angeles a few years ago to direct low budget movies. It turns out that everyone in Hollywood is stark raving mad.
And Keith fits right in.
Eric Dunn lives in Downtown Los Angeles. An accomplished artist and animator, in his spare time he can be found chasing mosquitoes around the apartment and/or scouring youtube for videos of tornadoes and earthquakes.
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