My Interview with Kathleen Winter at Hercircleezine

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Here it is, the interview that Kathleen Winter so graciously granted me:

Please read, enjoy and if the spirit moves you, leave a comment too, it would be very much appreciated!



Author: valo

I am a poet, writer and activist with a special interest in human rights for children and women as well as the elimination of poverty worldwide. If you read this today, feed someone locally for me will you? Drop off a non perishable food item at the food bank nearest you and consider yourself hugged. Thank you!

2 thoughts on “My Interview with Kathleen Winter at Hercircleezine”

  1. Fantastic work. Your interview had me thinking quite a bit and I had to stop and think several times before continuing. I think the central messages of self-examination and tolerance are vital in times when they seem in short supply. Thanks for sharin this.

    1. Hi scribbla and thank you for following the link to read the interview. I found Kathleen’s answers to be candid and cerebral. She is a very astute observer of human nature and I feel the interview will expand on her novel a great deal. I completely agree with you regarding the central message of not only her novel ‘annabel’ but the interview as well. As you so accurately state, we are indeed in short supply of tolerance and self-examination. It is truly the latter that creates the former and yet here we are 2011 and still we stumble on the same damn rocks that tripped up our ancestors two hundred years ago. We humans are truly a complicated stubborn lot. Very frustrating.

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