I became an attorney and married an attorney, assuming we would breed well in captivity. I have two children, who won€™t let me say anything about them. They are in the witness protection program.
My first writing was called €œTeatime in London.€ It was about drinking tea in London. It was my Literal Period. I wanted to be Simone de Beauvoir, a French feminist. When I heard my mother and her friends giggle about her book, "The Second Sex," I wanted to write a book about sex. I didn't know what the first sex was. I was 8 years old.
I have a difficult time writing about myself. I had a difficult time typing that sentence.
My professional writings are serious, some based on heartbreaking human atrocities. Sadness is a heavy blanket. In the most bizarre circumstances, like a coup d€™etat, or the most boring, like waiting at the DMV, I look for something to laugh at. It beats screaming.
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