Article in ESU Bulletin
Matt was featured in a story published in the ESU Bulletin, school paper of his undergrad Alma mater, Emporia State, which happens to also be the setting for Pitch.
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WHO AM I?
Yes, my name is Hank, and yes I am a cat, sort of a Wegie-Snowshoe mix with a trace of Maine Coon, but that's neither here nor there. Bottom line, I live with this goofy writer named Matthew Krause. He taught me how to work the computer so I could maintain his website. You may have noticed that I have pretty decent English, none of that "Can I Haz Cake?" business you see on cat memes. That is because I, like Matt, have no interest in silly online shorthand. This may be the internet, people, but come on--at least present yourself as reasonably intelligent!
Now that we have that out of the way, you see all these books flanking my photo? Matt didn't write any of them. He did, however, do some twisted, groovy reviews of them, and if you click on any of the covers, you can read and view those cool reviews.
So what's so special about Matt and why should you care? Well, you can learn about some of his writings by scrolling down the page or by clicking this button:
If that's too tough for you to handle, there are links at the top and bottom of this page. We try to make it really easy for you, folks. As for my impressions of Matt, well, he works very hard to brand himself, making every effort to look the part of a writer:
--silky hair blowing in the breeze
--warm, inviting smile
--light shadow of scruff (just enough to look scholarly without appearing too "hobo with a shotgun")
--designer glasses to look like that professor you had a crush on in college
--standing on a beach, sunlight on his face ...
Just the kind of cool cat you'd like to hang with at poetry readings and baseball games, right?
The real Matthew Krause looks something like this:
Now, that's pretty damn scary.
Scary like last page of Pet Semetary.
Scary like the Child Catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Scary like the Banshee in Darby O'Gill and the Little People.
Scary like those furry little bastards in Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
Nevertheless, if you want to know more about the scary dude pictured above, here's a groovy button for you.
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