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It's a small world, and a wonderful one, too.
All thorns & no grace
My grandmother called today. She always has to call me, because every time I try calling her, nobody is home. It's wonderful. My grandparents are 85 and have more of a social life than I do. However, it does result in a lot of muttering on my part when I attempt to contact them at least once or twice a week and end up getting the answering machine. Ergo, I must always wait for them to call me. Pensioners these days!

Anyway, my grandmother called, and she was telling me about how a longtime family friend of ours, Alicia, met a woman who's a poetry aficionado. Alicia told her that her friend Doris's granddaughter is a writer, and the woman said, oh, where can I find her? So they went on YouTube, and Alicia showed her the clip of me reading at Fringe last year in August. And the woman said, "She's an amazing poet—where can I find her book?" Which isn't out yet, but I'll refer her to my chapbook.

Tech-savvy seniors! Readers across the age gap! What'll they think of next?

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I like projects with a unique slant. This is definitely one of them!

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