When last we heard from Paul Proch (Charlie's friend and some-time partner in crime -- see his art in Eternal Sunshine, and his scripts and other fiction written with Charlie), he'd co-written a film for Michel Gondry, The We and the I. One other thing you guys should be interested in is his work on CHUM -- a literary magazine published by Paul's good friend Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, Ernest's great-granddaughter. Paul regularly contributes art and writing to the mag, so it's well worth checking out if you've enjoyed his stuff in the past, and/or if you're into literary mags. He has a story and some drawings in the next issue, in fact.
Says the website:
the Summer issue (out August 11th) will be chum's first since moving to Brooklyn! and will feature four New York writers, including three from Brooklyn; featuring cover art by Karin Bolstad, poetry by Jeff Grimshaw, Wolf Shuttleworth, and Ben Prez; short fiction by Adam Stanley, Mark Iliasayev, and John Hemingway; and humor by Paul Proch.
It's the outdoors issue! and will be available in both hard copy and kindle. For this issue, chum will also be featured for the first time in the Ingram International Catalog. (Source)
Jeff Grimshaw, by the way, was Paul's co-writer on The We.