WOOHOO, I’ve hit the big time – ZombieLaw on Above the Law
Many thanks to Chris Danzig at Above the Law for writing about my new “Zombies in The Federal Courts” Kickstarter project to create a real law school style book of zombie cases.
As Danzig has previously written:
How a person handles a semi-serious discussion of the zombie apocalypse can be an important indicator of a person’s sense of humor and general pleasantness to be around.
Danzig’s comments about my kickstarter are so nice and I agree with everything he wrote. I too was a bit disappointed by my video production skills. And I am “nerdy” (not sure about cool but appreciate the compliment). Another friend referred to the book as “deranged but fun”.
I really enjoy the playful way that ATL covers Cardozo. I enjoyed my time at Cardozo so I have no reason not to own it, they didn’t get me a job but I became a lawyer and learned how to read. I still don’t read all that well but much better than before. So now I am in a doctoral program to learn how to write. And the sheer fact that I have this blog and am trying to make this absurd book project is evidence that I am still learning.
Anyway, if this kickstarter fails I will have to try again a different way – failing is part of learning – but already I feel like just getting covered in Above the Law makes it a success. And to be compared to Deidre Dare (“sexy little adventure story”) and Adam Reposa (“Maniacal Truck-Smashing Lawyer”) – awesomeness – and though I expect some comments may be harsh (this is ATL afterall), it is still quite simply, awesomeness.