Fiction

David Bowie: No Longer Crashing In The Same Car

By Iman Lababedi | August 9, 2012

We got carted off in a paddywagon and im still in lock up while Bowie made bail and is probably tweeting his story as we speak.

My Fucking Sunny Day: Notes For A Short Story About Holograms!

By Iman Lababedi | April 22, 2012

about the malfeasance of using the deads image and persona without their approval. If 2Pac had said: “when I am dead, make a hologram of me and singalong to it…” OK. Do it. If he hasn’t I think it is a terrible idea. The dead person, TPac, can’t control how he is being used, it is a scary, nasty thing. In my story, it is taken to an extreme.

Ooh La La

By Iman Lababedi | April 15, 2012

My friends thought between drug addiction and dead babies and loneliness, “Ooh La La” was completely miserable. But I didn’t see that at all. I felt it was only there to expand upon a theory: that life is happenstance matter interlocking in time and space.

"No Baby I": Notes On A Short Story I Will Never Write

By Iman Lababedi | June 20, 2011

from the old 97’s