Author Archives: Bill Moran
“polyester” was a famous greek philosopher.
Lafayette Holiday Inn,Olympus, 1984: Zeus knocks back a fifth of honey whiskeynectar and blacks out on a pull-out couch (his head, too, is polyester, wet, spring-loaded, queen-sized.) His daughter, gray-eyed Athena, famously erupts from his skull hungoverbattle-weary. She removes her glimmering, bronze helmet and vomits on the hotel carpet raises four kids in Houstonhowls with glory. Continue reading