Wonderful images here, Paul, along with the promise of a wonderful and blue Christmas. While I was away this week on my writing retreat I happened upon your essay in David Lazar's 'Truth in Non-fiction'. What a fantastic book and especially your essay, the first cab off the rank, ' A Weedy Garden'. I love that you challenge the notion of a unified self and how wonderful to see your beautiful writing-unexpectedly for me-on the printed page.
Thank you, Elisabeth. I'm so glad TRUTH IN NONFICTION made its way to Australia. Thanks so much for your words about my essay--they make my morning.I hope you had a productive and happy writing retreat.
I ordered the essays here, through Amazon, Paul, after I read a review somewhere, but since then Peter Bishop who runs Varuna, The Writer's House in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales here in Australia has ordered a copy and he will certainly spread around the world. He works with over 250 writers each year. Before I arrived, Peter had just run a workshop with Robin Hemsley from IOWA university. I note the book was published in IOWA. It's such a small world.Have a wonderful Christmas
Ah, I know Robin and am a great fan of his work. Yes, the world gets smaller all the time. Thanks again, Elisabeth.
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