Everyone looking at my life, right now, who knows about the drama swirling around my work and my family are wondering how I am holding it all together. I feel like I am in the eye of the storm. Where I stand, I feel calm and quiet.
I caught myself and made the correction, but I could not easily throw off the notion. So, yeah, I come to the conference with festival in mind. Not a party, necessarily, but a celebration nonetheless, a celebration of language, of wordcraft, of that secret thrill you get when a line of text is as complete as a line of text can be complete, the one that has been sanitized, sifted of debris and excess, that has been reduced to its purest form, that says what you wanted it to say and with the charm with which you wanted to say it.
I hope to leave this conference soaking wet.
Click to tweet And I come as myself, fully and unapologetically me. It may not sound like much, but in truth, and in such a world we have inherited, I think it the best we can hope for, and from any of us.
Transparency, the throwing off of pretensions, the offering of our more guarded self. Fashion is fleeting pardon the alliteration.
The instruction you receive today will change in a matter of a few months. That is the nature of fashion. The well-conceived, well-written line?
Whether we wish to admit it or not, our attraction to the craft, or part of it, is its reach toward immortality, that we put down in print what may remain and have life after us, that bled from us, that made us dance in the rain, remembering gleefully there was speech before there was light.
Bring something you would possibly like to read aloud, something you are not afraid to expose to the elements. Like Wolfe, and, I suspect, like many of you, I get giddy about language.
I was infected by it long ago.
And whatever lies at the center of that oddest of emotions is the very thing I wish not only to discover and rediscover again and again for myself, but to offer, to impart as I am able.
I come, as I hope you will, with anticipation and in the hope of discovery.Native Americans performed the raindance to bring rain to help crops grow and produce a bountiful harvest, especially in the Southwest where the climate provided little rain, and in .
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