Poppie Corn is a kind and loving creature who understands when life gets to writers, or a choppy writing schedule drives the woman behind the manuscript crazy with storylines she can’t keep track of anymore, or characters who are still severely underdeveloped. Poppie Corn still loves her eventhough she has been stuck with writer’s block for a while.
Poppie Corn is cute and teaches its kernel babies that it is okay, sometimes, for a writer take a break from the stress of juggling so many abstract concepts while also managing day to day life. Poppie Corn approves that Puja B. Canta chose to relax and read for a while instead. It’s nice that she remembered SHERMAN ALEXIE is her favorite author. His name is in caps because his recent novel Indian Killer is a genuine masterpiece, and everyone curious about what Native Americans face right now, today–how it all can feel, for some–you should definitely read this book (more on Indian Killer later).
In the near future, we may also learn more about Poppie Corn and how he came to be. His archnemesis the grring-motorcycle-beast may also visit, we don’t know yet. Until then, readers, stay cool, don’t freak out as I have, and keep being true to your craft.