The Experimental Notebook of C.S. Boyack II with Lisa Burton #RRBC

Lisa the robot girl is visiting with Mae Clair today. They’re talking about my newest Experimental Notebook, sharing one of Lisa’s posters, and it sounds like they’re planning a shopping trip later.

From the Pen of Mae Clair

Guess what, gang? I’ve got a special guest today.

Lisa Burton, robot girl extraordinaire, and the personal assistant of author C. S. Boyack has dropped by to tell us about Craig’s latest book. For those of you who may not know Lisa, she made her debut in Craig’s novel Wild Concept and has been helping him around his writer’s cabin ever since. Lisa is currently on tour for Craig with a jam-packed schedule, so I was delighted to snag one of her stops. Please welcome Lisa as she shares a bit about Craig’s latest book and how it came about.


Thanks for having me back, Mae. It’s great to get away from the writing cabin on occasion. You asked me to talk about the appeal of short stories. I think it’s nice to get a little bit of history behind them.

Short stories were once very popular. They were…

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9 responses to “The Experimental Notebook of C.S. Boyack II with Lisa Burton #RRBC

  1. Ali Isaac

    Short stories were popular in the past… unless they were Irish. Irish short stories were always really looooong… like the story of Queen Medb and the Cattle Raid of Cooley, for example. Long and complicated. Maybe thats why they fell out of fashion. Glad they’re back though, and have my copy and looking forward to reading it. 😊

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  2. This is simply a neat way of getting a message across. Love it.
    Shalom aleichem,

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  3. Off to see Mae, then back to work. Enjoy your day!

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