CK: Yeah, but you could only find what people put up. Now, I'm now sure somebody put up every issue of Hit Parade and Circus, I'm sure they're all there. So, my first two books came out and then, that's when blogging and that sorta became the main way young writers with different ideas basically entered the discourse. So I was already kinda of established by that point. In some ways I really wish that all this had happened 10 years earlier. I think it would have been a much better experience to be a writer in the '70s, '80s, and '90s. I think it just would've been a much more pleasurable experience. Somebody could say, "Well, because of the internet, everybody has a higher profile and things are more read," and it's true, but it does sort of amplify the worst parts of celebrity. Now, people know who I am who don't read my books. There are people who have opinions on me who don't read anything that I write. What the fuck? I don't want that. I would prefer if the only people who cared about me were the people reading the books, but that's not how it is at all now. I look at Twitter and whatever number of Twitter followers I have [Ed.: 161,319 as of press time], it's a lot bigger than the number of books I'm selling. So, in other words, there are a bunch of people who are interested in what I have to say, as long as they don't have to pay for it.