In the November issue of Indianapolis
Monthly, the 80-year-old Vonnegut reminds the world why
he's a has-been.
"There's so much talk about 9/11," observes the novelist best known for Slaughterhouse Five, a book inspired in part by his experience surviving the firebombing of Dresden, "but what the crooks on Wall Street and in big corporations have done to us has been more destructive."
At the very least, the major corporations that published Galapagos, Deadeye Dick, and Timequake have some explaining to do.