Fake Truth is Stranger than Fiction

I love false identities, subterfuge, clever frauds, things like that. But it doesn’t work well in fiction, because the reader knows that one fictional identity is as unreal as the other. That’s why, happily, the real world is there to provide us with some inspirational examples. (Or is it?). It’s time for another episode of no value added.

1) Why would anyone run a fake marathon?

2) Did Dickens and Dostoyevsky ever meet one another?

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3 Responses to Fake Truth is Stranger than Fiction

  1. Zuuko says:

    love the first article

  2. Zuuko says:

    I confess i couldnt read the second article all the way to the end. I ended up scanning it. Im sure it was great as i kept noticing sentences like “Not surprisingly, there are quite a few breasts in “Graduate Sex”, and determining the provenance of each would be…”

    It couldnt be all bad based on these few sentences i gleaned

  3. Pingback: Fake Truth Part II | Rated Zed

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