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On Fiction, Self, and Circles

July 17, 2010

brookeburgess

If anyone knows this woman, please make sure she learns that her future husband is currently in Canada but will join her in southern France shortly 😉

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  1. July 17, 2010

    Imagine William Shakespeare being interviewed by a modern literary critic…now, William…do you feel qualified to write about Caesar..or Athens? Oh,.. you critics! you are all much ado about..nothing, aren’t you?
    Cultural bubbles…it affects every aspect of our lives.Those who are out and the ones within. Within, because keeping up is a full time job, we, the non conformists, a bit lonely..not for much longer. Change is so close.
    And yes, Canadian man…will keep ears and eyes open ! That would be one heck of a combination! Ready to start a wildfire? mm..was it the studio lightening? or did you notice a reddish hair glow?..S.France? Tu parles Francais aussi? Quand dans la France…they just like French better I guess. Did you ever go to St. Malo’? Mt. Saint Michele is awesome…
    Good find B., not only her points and wow, she can speak! Subject has an extra benefit: good for this secret writer’s soul.

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  2. July 17, 2010

    superb. What a fluid journey… circles, indeed.

    Funny – I recorded a ‘blurb video’ for the Symmetricity project – never released – in which I talked about writing what I knew – the experience of an expatriate musician in Berlin – but I realized later that actually a core motivation in the project was to write what I do not know, but wanted to know more about. Apparently this was not a wholly original thought…

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  3. July 18, 2010

    OMG !!!! I COULD LISTEN TO HER FOR HOURS! HER ACCENT, HER INTELLIGENCE, HER ELOQUENCE…..THANK YOU FOR SHARING, AND YES!!!! INSPIRING!!!!

    you know whats it up!
    xo

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