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"Deeply Satisfying"

I came across a gathering of writerly words that I wanted to share with you:

“Let each day’s work absorb your entire energies, and satisfy your widest ambition.”         William Osler… 279 more words

Jean Renoir

In a previous post of mine

“on aesthetic and cultural appreciation of literature and film; my favorite directors”

https://rogersgleanings.com/2017/09/15/on-aesthetic-and-cultural-appreciation-of-literature-and-film-my-favorite-directors/

I discussed two of my favorite directors: Yasujirō Ozu and Robert Bresson. 759 more words

Roger W. Smith

One From the Archive: 'The Lady and the Unicorn' by Rumer Godden ****

Rumer Godden’s The Lady and The Unicorn, which was first published in 1937, is the 630th entry upon the Virago Modern Classics list. As with The River and The Villa Fiorita, both republished by Virago at the same time, … 747 more words

Phil Rowlands - Secret Library

We have a polymath in the stacks today: Phil Rowlands has been an actor, writer and producer for film, TV and radio. He is in development as writer/producer on a movie set in Wales and Canada, and is founder and managing director of the health education organisation Funky Medics, working in India, Europe and the UK. 807 more words

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Writers' Houses

Yesterday I was at the Mermaid Inn in Rye in Sussex to address the annual gathering of The Friends of Tilling, one of two societies that celebrate the work of E.F. 356 more words