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Vivian

I can't wait for the second book! Thanks for sharing Ms. Duey's writing process.

TadMack

(Oh, GOOD LORD, the gurning championships.
It frightens me deeply that anyone else knows about those... but then, I love that her mind has little crannies for trivia. It makes her writing just shine.)

Hey, I made my own tofu! (Okay, only twice, but I did it.)

Writers like Kathleen Duey make me happy -- because they manage to have lives, life experiences, and write, too, with no hurry about it nor panic -- it reminds me that life is long, and that there's time to write something stupendous, and that maybe I'll get there and be able to live, too. What an amazing person.

Lenore

I met Kathleen in Bologna this year so I read this interview with great interest. Thanks!

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