If I were able to go to see Sabbath Night in the Church of the Piranha, I'd definitely consider going October 22. The reason? Ed will be there, after the show, to talk a little about the play. More information about this event can be found here.

In other news, it looks like I'm going to be able to send someone up to review the performance. More on this, soon.
Edward Falco writes amazing, character-driven fiction that just happens to be some of my favorite work, and sometimes that fiction is brought to life on the stage. It just so happens that Sabbath Night in the Church of the Piranha is playing now at the Waddell Theater in Sterling, VA, so if you happen to be in the neighborhood, I promise it's worth your time to go check it out.


Ad Hominem has found its look (it's v.1 look, at least) and will officially launch at the end of the week. 
Ad Hominem officially has contributors. Check back soon to learn the identity of our first featured artist (not to mention our first archived artist).
Alright. A few seconds ago, this site was for students who wanted to cram old PowerPoint notes before a test. Now, it's...well, now it's not much at all. But soon, tomorrow perhaps, it will be a proper literary blog, because the web doesn't have enough of those.