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Brad~

different keystrokes for different folks.

Currently: Voltaire's Candide (studying the French Enlightenment writers) Thirteen Moons by Charles Frazier, because I love southern historical fiction, and the works of Sir Richard Francis Burton, Arabian Nights, as well as Rice's biography on the Captain.

None of which imbue my writing as much as provide a study or an escape. Though my poetry is translated to French and German, I am southern, while Sinbad is one of my earliest childhood heroes and Scheherazade is one of my favorite female characters of fiction, whom Poe also found of interest, and anything about Poe interests me.

 
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