• In this play, John Cheever travels in time to married student housing at the University of Iowa in the 1960s and meets with Raymond Carver. Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., who lives in a spooky Victorian house up beyond Brown Street, has some responsibility for the time travel and, of course, for the character Montana Wildhack. Men who write fiction and their marriages become a topic along with the worry on the part of the Tralfamadorians that theory derived from the likes of Jacques Derrida might infect science fiction like a prion disease.