Author Interview: Laura Vosika

Just posted an interview with trombonist author Laura Vosika. You can read it in all of its musical, Scottish, Blue Bell glory here.

By the way, why is it that fortune cookies never seem to contain misfortunes? At least, I’ve never found one. I’m profoundly disturbed by this, and I think it merits the focus of upcoming post. My good friend, Dr. Carlos Schwartzbaum, of the University of Malmo, has done some scholarly work in the area of Chinese fortune cookies, so I might just have to interview him on the topic.

2 thoughts on “Author Interview: Laura Vosika”

  1. The problem with fortune cookies is that they don’t even contain fortunes anymore. They essentially have devolved into various wise sayings and proverbs. I personally think it would be hilarious to watch someone open a fortune cookie that says, “Watch out for the guy two tables over,” or something like that.

    1. Exactly. The cookies have lost their mystery and intrigue. I really think the Occupy Wall Street people need to refocus their attention and start protesting the change in fortune cookies.

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