Tuesday, January 22, 2013

A Dreamy Evening at the Fireside Follies

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Kaplan is the kind of local writer you want to believe every literary aspirant to be. His excerpt was lush with detail and confidently elegant, presenting the packed house with three fully developed characters in no time flat, including Becky: “Becky is a waitress, but at a hip place where being a waitress is more than just being a waitress… Becky talks about her job when she doesn’t enjoy it, but I think she likes not enjoying it—something to push against.”

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