Eric Garcia





Eric Garcia

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Eric Garcia grew up in Miami, Florida, and attended Cornell University and the University of Southern California, where he majored in creative writing and film. He lives outside Los Angeles with his wife, daughter, and dachshund. He is also developing a series for the Sci Fi channel based on the Rex novels.


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It's all finally winding down -- movie-wise, at least, until the DVD release in a few months -- as REPO MEN gets released worldwide, rolling out across Russia, the Middle East, and then the U.K. this last weekend. Heading to Asia at some point, though I have no idea when...

But thanks to all who saw the film, bought the book, watched the motion-comics, listened to my rants, and wrote so many ni...

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“That tried and true aphorism:
Each day is precious. Each day is a gift. If we don't open the wrapping carefully, we might break it and have to return it to the store. And then they're going to ask for a receipt and throw a total shit fit if we've left it at home, and we'll have to call the manager over and give him a good talking-to, and of course eventually he'll relent and tell the clerk to give us full credit, but by then we'll be so upset that we've wasted an hour of our time that we'll end up with a migraine and having to spend the rest of the day in bed, completely defeating the whole idea that each day is supposed to be precious and so forth. ”
Eric Garcia, Cassandra French's Finishing School for Boys
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“You’re going to work in this life, and you’re going to play. And when the last days come, you’ll look back and find that that’s all there was, an endless stream of days going back to today. But if you can find the thing you should be doing, the thing that makes you you, and if you can make that thing yours, then you’ve beaten the game. I haven’t. Most men don’t. You probably won’t either, but the point is to try, and to never give up, even when you think it’s over.”
Eric Garcia

“In happy operating procedure, the breathing is like fresh air through the body. In unkind operating procedure, the fresh air is gone sad."
Fresh air gone sad is a beautiful way to describe the death process.”
Eric Garcia

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