Science Fiction author Ultra Kwon explores the paradox of Haitai OH YES! Chocolate Cake. Regarded by one generation as the Choco Pie Killer, it is the greatest rivalry lost to the millenials, a food matchup of epic proportions – cake vs pie. To grade schoolers of the mid-80s to 90s, Choco Pie vs OH YES! was a warring debate that was about more than just snacks. So much more. And nothing else objectively mattered.
Dear Universe, your beloved author recently returned to Los Angeles, where he discovered to his ultimate surprise, that Choco Pie had diversified. “Where was Banana Flavored Choco Pie when I was five, six, seven years old?” he asked Mother. “Where was Banana Flavored Choco Pie when I was in LA for thirty years?”
Ultra Kwon makes a strong case for a widely forgotten work by science fiction visionary Philip K Dick, but it doesn’t come without controversy.
Science fiction author Ultra Kwon writes a letter to the universe, contemplating the yin and yang of the failed conformist.
Dear Universe, your beloved author took Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut on the road to Japan. Seems like an odd choice for travel reading, he realizes. Perhaps it would’ve been more suitable to take a Japanese book. But no, it seemed for whatever reason tantamount to reading the Holy Bible in Heaven.
Wormholes, cereal paradise, rainforest car wash, gumball machine, and an ultra rare PC software! What do all these have in common? Just another day in the office for Ultra Kwon.
Sci-Fi Author and Los Angeles transplant Ultra Kwon thought he’d seen it all. And then he went to the Costco in Cleveland.
An unforgettable, heartwarming tale about a science fiction author’s migration from the desert island paradise of Los Angeles to the winter wonderland of Cleveland.
Critically acclaimed science fiction author Ultra Kwon tries Hello Kitty Apple Manju Cake from Sanrio Puroland.