But we're not in the business of promoting anything. Every story must, ideally, be an end in and of itself—one that may provide an experience that whets the reader's appetite—but which also satisfies her on its own merit.
We don't care about news; we create synthesis. Ideally every story takes the subject it interfaces with and invents a successive work—maybe even one of art. After reading BRIGHT IDEAS, you should want to make a movie, not just watch one.