[DWJ] Insomnia

Otter Perry ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Wed Jul 19 21:26:38 EDT 2006

On Jul 19, 2006, at 5:52 AM, Gili Bar-Hillel wrote:

> Plus which my husband called a DIFFERENT plumber
> yesterday, and he's been and fixed the leaky faucet. (And been payed an
> exorbitant sum.

It's so _wonderful_ when those leaks stop.  After we got our
tub faucets fixed, it was such an amazing relief to go into the
bathroom and not listen to water flowing away.

> As for the interview with Terry Pratchett, he was lovely, and very
> interesting and insightful. I thought he'd be cracking jokes most of 
> the
> time, but he was more philosophical than funny for the most part. He 
> did kid
> me quite a bit though, about the fact that none of my "questions" were
> actually phrased as questions. It was more throwing out a topic and 
> letting
> him discuss it. I plead guilty as charged. Now I have to find some way 
> of
> boiling down 45 minutes of interview to something short and 
> publishable.
> Hrmph. Ob-DWJ: the first peice of writing by Terry Pratchett I ever 
> read was
> the story "Turntables of the Night" in a collection edited by Diana 
> Wynne
> Jones. In fact I think it was my favorite story in the collection.

You can always transcribe the whole thing.  _I'd_ be interested
in reading _any_ of the Great Man's words.


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