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We Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Program…

Originally posted on dilettante factory:
As brevity is the soul of wit, I shall be brief – Shakespeare “Hamlet” Act II, Scene II This week is a very big week for your favourite dilettante and that creepy fucker, Jessica B.…

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Close, So Very Close …

      Only Helena Hann-Basquiat (and a few select others) knows for sure …

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I Bet You Think You Know …

Ha ha ha ha … think again … All will be revealed starting Friday, October 24, 2014. (At least, I hope so because I don’t have a clue what the hell is going to happen on that day.  I just … Continue reading

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Using Fear To Write

Here’s an interesting take on “writing what you know.” In the June 11, 2013 issue of The New York Times, author Sarah Jio writes about how one night of abject terror helps her to write about fear. For the first … Continue reading

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