Isn't it interesting that in our anti-metanarrative culture the most pirated commodity in the vast ocean of consumer goods is mere story? And yet, with a peg leg for a tongue, postmodern storytelling can't seem to get it's own story straight – it's text without substance, picture without imagery and a camera without a voice. The heart of story has never been less treasured. Still, like a lone fish in the belly of a whale, it begs the question: What is it that we are truly ever after?
Matlock Bobechko is an eclectic Christian thinker and designer, award-winning short screenwriter and filmmaker. This is his collection of notes, poems, blogs and journals with supplementary material under Extra. As a rule of thumb, a journal entry will be longer with stronger academic appeal.