Wil Wheaton’s MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE

October 13th, 2009 | people I know

Today, Wil Wheaton releases his new book MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE (a title I think I’m responsible for talking him into using). All details, including the explanatory and funny foreword, are here at this link.

(And, no, I can’t find it in myself to give much of a toss about Star Trek, even though I can feel Katie West glaring at me all the way from Canada right now. But Wil is a funny writer, and funny writers can make anything entertaining, including reviews of Star Trek episodes, especially when he was acting in them as a kid and forced to wear the worst clothes anyone outside of a max-security prisoner or someone from the 1970s was ever forced to wear.)

(I therefore commend your attention to this book as a Funny and also Interesting book that is otherwise about a tv series I wouldn’t go out of my way to watch. Put another way: I wouldn’t keep the tv episodes in the house, but I would keep the book. Yes? Yes.)

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3 Responses to “Wil Wheaton’s MEMORIES OF THE FUTURE”

  1. >>>forced to wear the worst clothes anyone outside of a max-security prisoner or someone from the 1970s was ever forced to wear

    Dear god, so true!!

  2. It’s true, Internet. I was tearing my hair out, trying to come up with a title, and Warren suggested Memories of the Future to me.

    Thanks for your incredibly kind words, sire.

  3. that’s a fantastic cover. all it needs is a pelican on the corner.