A heart full of holes

The third video reading—direct to you from the closet!—is on the silver lining of a heart full of holes. All the things that work exactly as they’re supposed to thanks to their holes: sponges, souffles, the foam inside lifejackets. And me, and you.

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On strength

The second video reading from the book—on strength—is all about fluidity over bruce force, with public domain treasures that fit the words. Not muscle, but flow. That’s the way to life again, and I like thinking about that. I hope you do, too.

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Dandelions

I went into the crowsnest closet to record three pieces of audio that felt important. The first—Dandelions in Chernobyl—is about how time does her work on an exquisite scale, and the moment you realize she’s been doing that work all along.

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The author waves

We make magic bigger by demystifying the creator. It's a funny thing. When a regular real-life person replies to a tweet or a photo or a handwritten letter, the regular real-lifeness of that interaction turns into possibility. 'You could do this, too!'

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