Lynn Kendall

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Gender FEMALE
Occupation Writer
Location Bay Area, California, United States
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Introduction It is immoral not to tell. – Camus It gives me great pleasure indeed to see the stubbornness of an incorrigible nonconformist warmly acclaimed. – Albert Einstein The only way out is the way through. – Howard Nemerov In dreams begin responsibilities. –Delmore Schwartz Almost everything conspicuously great is great in defiance, has come into being in defiance of affliction and pain, poverty, destitution, bodily weakness, vice, passion, and a thousand other obstructions. Forbearance in the fact of fate, beauty constant under torture, are not merely passive. They are a positive achievement, an explicit triumph. –Thomas Mann, Death in Venice Run mad as often as you chuse, but do not faint.--Jane Austen
Interests architecture, Arthurian legends, arts and crafts movement, baseball, brain/mind link, bread baking, Christianity, cross stitch, feminism, fiber arts, Gaia, gender theory, genealogy, grief, home, intentional communities, Joan of Arc, labyrinths, landforms, landscape, Macs, mazes, memory, metaphysics, mind/body issues, mountains, NaNoWriMo, neuropsychology, nonviolence, overdyed silk, place, plate tectonics, PTSD, publishing, Quakers, sacramental theology, trees, used book stores, writing
Favorite Movies Amadeus, Annie Hall, Babette's Feast, Breaking the Waves, Bull Durham, Days of Heaven, Eve's Bayou, Fantasia, The Freshman, the Godfather films, Grosse Point Blank, Moonstruck, Mrs. Soffel, The Passion of Joan of Arc, The Philadelphia Story (almost anything with Katharine Hepburn), Repo Man, Sneakers, Tootsie, Witness
Favorite Music Bach, Beethoven, Bonnie Raitt, Christopher Parkening, Eric Clapton, Indigo Girls, Mozart, Steeleye Span, Richard Thompson, Rolling Stones
Favorite Books A.S. Byatt, Antonio Damasio, Auden, Bronte sisters, Byron, The Chaneysville Incident, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Emily Dickinson, Joanna Russ, John Donne, John Keegan, Joseph Campbell, Joseph McElroy, Judith Herman, Jung, Harvest Home, Gerald Durrell, ghost stories, The Girl in a Swing, Jane Austen, Lenore Terr, Louisa May Alcott, Lucia, Medea, Michel Foucault, Neal Stephenson, Neil Gaiman, Oliver Sacks, Peter Straub, Rene Girard, Robert Frost, Sean Stewart, Simon Schama, Terry Pratchett, Ursula Le Guin, Writing the Disaster