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To the Squirrels, Re: Ghosts

[…]publishing the essays that make up Cunning Plans allowed Ellis to move on from the concerns expressed in the book before he became “an obsessed old man living in a shack in the woods and screaming at the squirrels about ghosts,” he says. Spoken like an artist that’s concerned about the future. As he writes in his journal: “Never let yourself believe for a moment that any condition will become the Way Things Are. Everything is in motion, much of it is strange and beautiful, and most of it wants to kill you. Keep walking.”

—Warren Ellis, from an interview in Publisher’s Weekly

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