No-one can write about skateboarding in Fiction. Why?

Someone has (at last) addressed the lack of decent skateboarding in fiction! Jonathan Russell Clark seems to have hit the nail on the head with his article.

Skateboarding in Fiction: A Brief History of Failure

I have a big response to the lithub post but haven’t been able to whittle it down to under 40,000 words 😉 When I do, you’ll be getting it here.

I think I’ll now go read this again.



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