Not Enough Brains
Lost Notebooks of Glub DZMC
Thomas Cleveland Lane is a semi-retired writer of sense and nonsense.
In the former category, he works part-time writing business letters for
an accounting firm. That is what puts the semi in his semi-retired
status. At the age of 70, he is and ought to be well beyond the 9 to 5
way of life. The other type or writing is what you see in these pages.
Mr. Lane has written three plays and two serious novels, some
of which are available and some of which are still in the hopper. He
has also put together an anthology (that he wrote himself under a
variety of pen-names, because that’s the kind of bogus character that
he is) called Shaggy
Dogs: A Collection of Not-So-Short Stories.
No, these are not wonderful tales of man’s best friend, but rather a
collection of shaggy-dog stories. If you don’t know what a shaggy-dog
story is, ask your grandpa. Better yet, buy the book. Anything I have
published (except the book you are now reading) is somewhere on Amazon.
Mr. Lane’s chief hobby is amateur and non-union theater. He
has no grudge against Actor’s Equity, mind you. He just isn’t that
good. Still, and he will be the first to tell you, he has his moments.
When he has not managed to cajole some poor misbegotten director into
casting him in something, he likes to enter piano bars and annoy the
patrons with his singing. You may well wish to note that all he can
offer you in this instance is the written word, without a peep to be
heard. Count your blessings.