Interview Series Realized

Self-Interview 9-3-20

Broker: I didn’t notice you complaining, laying around a 5 Star hotel imagining you were a revolutionary poet!

Poet: If we are this nasty interviewing ourselves, why should anyone else let us interview them?

Broker: Your right. I should have asked you something less personal that might help create understanding. Something like, “Do you think artists like you are too dependent on business people like me, so they just go along with anything we do?

Poet: That’s much nicer. I’d have to answer “Certainly we are. Because you provide for our survival.” If you take this approach in general, you’ll be able to expand the interview series.

Broker: Right. Nobody wants to be interviewed by flamethrower.

Poet: Yes. But what a horrible image. Please phrase that differently. OMG.

Hikers Tackle Route

Wide Canyon, A love Story
By Ken Sims
Prologue:
Any story I write that features my wife Wendy … is just somehow a love story. …Even
those that are not altogether happy…
Wide Canyon:
I awakened early on the morning of Sunday, February 19, 2006. With nothing more pressing
to do, so I got on the computer and resumed my efforts to chart a course over the Little San
Bernardino Mountains