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Location: Indianapolis, IN
I am a writer and writing workshop leader, trained in the Amherst Writers & Artists method.
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Derived from the Spanish coin, the "reale," which was the coin minted by the king, and thus, of genuine, guaranteed value. A dream once told me to follow spirit, picture, speech and experience to find what was "real" for me.
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(Palestinian Territory, Occupied)
Least Favorite Word:
Dull, stupid, boring, a waste of time. No one ever accomplished anything "real" being "nice."
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