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Tuesday, June 11, 2002
Jeneane Sessum on Life, Love, Music, Writing & Then Some
Frank Paynter explores Jeneane's mind and heart as part of an ongoing (and excellent) interview series. It's a wonderful and wide-ranging exchange. Long, but it keeps drawing you on. Frank insisted on tangling me up in this thing, probably because of what Elaine did, which has scrambled our DNA a bit. For instance, Jeneane is now penning red-hot erotica like a Brazilian sailor who hasn't seen shore leave in six months, and my period seems to be a bit early. The following was one of my favorite bits. Of course.
Yes, I think Chris Locke is a genius. He's also a real person, brave, willing to live in public, show us how he loves, how he cares, how far the knife has to go in before he bleeds. Sometimes it's so lovely, and sometimes it's so excruciating, and the only thing we can do for each other, as some of the two million bloggers-now-friends dotting this planet, is to be there, wrap our minds and hearts around problems and joys together, and from that, grow.Having told Frank that if I didn't like what he wrote I would "come over there and rip your fucking throat out," I must thank him for the wonderfully postmodern apophasis with which he ends the piece.
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