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If you missed this, you can listen to it free on if you click below. Marc Maron who podcasts from his garage talks with Obama as if they're neighbors. Maron asks him if being President feels like being a middle manager. Obama say yes, but if the middle manager has affected 2 degrees of "CHANGE" that's a lot, considering. You get to listen to this fun conversation--both men know how to converse--that's serious, but offers plenty of reason for hope.
"...She bit her lip to keep from crying. The lava had cooled already, leaving her encased in dejection. What remained of her thoughts was, as usual, propelled by perverse sympathy. Brooke felt sorry for anyone so desperate he needed to hurt--her.
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21. "...His memory problems," she said, "were the result of too many psychedelics when he was a teenager."
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Since I completed "Diary of Heretic," I've found my own biography often lies within one of the narrator's entries. For example:
"...The problem is that there’s so much stuff we don’t know how to express. Whenever I ask someone: “Does it ever strike you how weird, how really extreme it is, being a person, this thing, yourself?” generally whomever I’m asking is like: “What are you talking about?”
Oh, occasionally someone quick, someone who was actually listening to me, will say: “Well, maybe it is weird being you...
- Beekman Pressauthor, presentWhen a manuscript, usually developed online, is finished, I proceed to put it on Kindle and later Kobo, and Nook.
- writer, primarily fiction, presentI write an episode a week, often to revising a novel-in-progress. Then I reconfigure the serial as a novel for e-readers.
- Pure Fiction (current)
A Few Thoughts from Monet on Those Stacks of Wheat - The New Yorker
“If I can’t paint these things with snow on the tops of them, I’ll have failed as an artist and as a man.”
The Play's the Thing | Kathleen Maher's Pure Fiction
Brooke directs "Hamlet," because Mark Fletcher doesn't want to leave his house. He attends the performance, though, to meet Brooke's famous
Hallelujah For Aquavit | Kathleen Maher's Pure Fiction
Excerpt from "Diary of a Heretic," Part Two: Carlos has Maggie drink aquavit with Malcolm, to overcome his reluctance at RWR meetings.