Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Little Billy's Letters

In the 1990s Bill Geerhart was an unemployed, not-so aspiring screenwriter in his 30s. To pass the time, he channeled his inner child, 10-year-old Billy, and started writing letters to famous and infamous people and institutions. These letters, written in pencil on elementary school ruled paper, asked funny but relevant questions to politicians, serial killers, movie stars, lobbyists, CEOs, and celebrity lawyers.

Little Billy's Letters to Famous and Infamous People sounds like a fun book. I feel like a shill, but I enjoyed reading the excerpts published in this BoingBoing article.


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