This episode marks a couple of firsts. It’s the first time we’ve recorded an episode over VoIP and the first time I’ve spoken to someone I haven’t known for a long time. Jordan lives, writes, reads, and teaches in Seattle. I was introduced to Jordan by Kirsten Le Harivel a writer from Wellington which I’m really happy about because I really enjoyed talking to him.
Jordan is coming to Wellington in January to teach an exciting workshop called Culture, Landscape, and Creating Character. You can read about Jordan and the workshop here
I was looking forward to the workshop before I talked to Jordan and now I’ve talked to him, I can’t wait!
Jordan and I talk about a work of his called Leap which you can read here
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Episode 7: Jordan Hartt and Pip Adam talk about The Waves by Virginia Woolf
Next time, in something of a school holiday departure, I speak with my daughter Tallulah, she’s eight, and at the moment she wants to talk about Hergé‘s The Adventures of Tintin: The Seven Crystal Balls. Tallulah mainly writes prose to accompany her drawing but she has dabbled in poetry.