Lundgren won a thing

Congrats to Mr. Lundgren for winning this thing.

I like the part where Enger seems to think Goggleye is a made up character.

15 Comments

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

Thanks Zac. Of course, though Goggleye is real, his name has been changed to protect the guilty.

markryan

about 10 years ago

Very cool, Paul. Congrats.

sbuchanan

about 10 years ago

And here I thought you were only an aging, immobile, albeit talented, quarterback. Congratulations!

Jude

about 10 years ago

Nice work. Lots of zing. Congrats!

vicarious

about 10 years ago

Well, I guess that's better that winning no-thing.

brian

about 10 years ago

Very nice. Great story. Congratulations Paul.

tony d

about 10 years ago

I wonder if Paul might read this story Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 6 pm at the Teatro Zuccone, where he'll have copies of his book, The Spowl Ribbon, for sale--which contains the award-winning story?

Will ya, Paul? Will ya?

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

In addition to the members of the academy, I'd also like to thank Tony D, my agent and publicist. 

I'm not going to read "Beat" on Feb. 10 at Teatro, but I'll read it somewhere/sometime soon.

in.dog.neato

about 10 years ago

Paul, how long before we can officially start referring to you as a "mogul?"

Paul Lundgren

about 10 years ago

I'm going skiing in a few weeks, so soon I'll be buried in a mogul. Does that count?

hbh

about 10 years ago

Great story, Paul. :-)

Purple

about 10 years ago

Lundgren, I'm glad your thing won something.

Waveview

about 10 years ago

Attaboy! Hitting your apex in the dead of winter, makes sense for a snow shoveling writer. More snow - More words.

Liz

about 10 years ago

Congratulations, Paul.  Well deserved!

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