November 9, 2011
Joyce, Beckett, Dylan Thomas, Robert Frost, Thomas Mann, Henry Miller, Hemingway, Faulkner; Homer, Shakespeare, Chaucer, Rabelais, Cervantes Woefully musty. Anything contemporary? Tess Hadley and Roberto Bolando short stories in the New Yorker. Love the one your with? Almost any book, after careful selection, which front cover I gladly open and back cover sadly close.
Making a narrative that has some strong emotional consequences. Word intoxication.
Hello from Kevin Crespo. 66 years. From California. Moved to Denver 2006. Alumnus UCLA in English Lit. Have been scribbling since teens. Unpublished and still love to scribble. No hurry.
very thoughtful. terrific analysis. good diversity. In essence the dreaded community psyche is in the room. It's the long lost relative who some days we pray stays lost and on other days won't admit is a relative. It's the lumbering hulk democracy tasks with holding irreconcilable differences between its ears and can act very odd. Really dinner with the unruly scalawag? It is heartening that perfect strangers can get together and have a productive exchange all the while knowing our mutual relative could show up any time.