[comics] Not Quite As Unhappy — another interview with Harvey Pekar … ‘I think there are a lot of very common events that take place in people’s lives that are paradoxically not written about very often. The so-called mundane quotidian experience. I try to write about these things because an accumulation of those experiences can have a terrific effect on your life. Most writers, especially in movies which cost a lot of money, try to go for more sensational stuff like bank robberies and single life changing events.’
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