Monthly Archives: August 2012

Keep a File of Good Writing

A funny, perky professor with silver hair and a very large bum in pinstriped pants, who carried a stainless steel briefcase always packed with papers, who was, of course, a dramatist, writer, director, and instructor in the Faculty of Fine … Continue reading

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Owl and Pussycat

All day I had this song in my head from a ska/punk/roots band I used to love to dance to, for hours and hours, for a few years, until they were gone, along with the rest of the awesome b-circuit … Continue reading

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Daughter In Law

Today I am starting a new writing project. I do not know what it is yet, but I have known for three years that it is something, and today I am starting in order to find out. When my father-in-law … Continue reading

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Don’t forget to watch the Fritz Lang original. One of the most important films, ever. Related articles Metropolis Restored: A Sci-Fi Cinematic Masterpiece Is Whole Once Again [Video] (gizmodo.com)

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Long summer heat

Long summer holiday this year, between the coast and the mountains. Revisions gave structure to the first weeks, and showed me a new kind of writing in the summer, with a breezy bright focus and a drone of loud peace. … Continue reading

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