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Tale of Two Cities Author Reading with Julie Winter and Rachel Koenig Zoom Event - Shared screen with speaker view
JL S
01:03:32
Thank you for joining us as we receive readings from Julie Winter, author of "Dancing Home, Linked Stories" and Rachel Koenig, author of the upcoming "The Ravens’ Bridge” this afternoon. The doors will be open soon! Please know that this event will be recorded, and all participants will be muted upon arrival. Please feel free to put questions in the chat for the authors after their readings. To find about about future Dream Festival events visit http://www.ministryofmaat.org/dreamfestival.html !
Lisa
01:41:06
beautiful Rachel!
O Zotique
01:41:22
that was so enchanting to listen to, thank you
Kat Scott
01:41:27
Stunning Rachel - feeling it here in Ireland x
A Hemenway
01:41:35
amazing, Rachel !
Lisa Sokolov
01:41:37
So beautiful.. We feel and see and hear it all so clearly.
Kathy High
01:41:57
Thank you RACHEL!! Really moving and amazing!
Marine Caille
01:42:03
incredible writing
maryjacquelinealexander
01:42:06
A beautiful beautiful poem. A dream in itself
Rachelciporen
01:42:08
Enchanting is the perfect word… so vivid
Hasan and Safiya Hedayat
01:42:51
Rachel: if words could be a puff of pipe tobacco smoke, it would be this novel! Bravo from Kamyar and Brigita
sylvie.decaux@parisdescartes.fr
01:42:53
Beautiful - a dream - loved the opening
Amy Reed
01:43:09
🌸🌸🌸🤍⚡🐚
Lynn h
01:43:48
carried along rush of time and layers. your voice became many!
Lisa Sokolov
01:45:36
What stage is it in? Finished? Almost finished? So Looking foreword to read it. I already see the film in my minds eye.
Norman Lowrey
01:45:44
Any weaving into your own dreams?
A Hemenway
01:46:39
It's so visceral and visual - very, very cinematic - I see it all as you read. Extraordinary.
Norman Lowrey
01:49:39
wonderful
JL S
01:51:22
visit http://www.ministryofmaat.org/dreamfestival.html !
sylvie.decaux@parisdescartes.fr
02:10:21
energies that tug us even as we think we are making plans…
Rachelciporen
02:10:22
So evocative
Kathy High
02:10:33
Julie - Such a incredible reading!!!!
Norman Lowrey
02:10:34
So great to hear the voices!
A Hemenway
02:10:42
Dancing Home is a wonderful book - so wonderful to hear your voice reading it.
Anne Bourne
02:10:47
So spacious and evocative
lauren welles
02:10:54
That was simply beautiful, Julie. The story, the words and your delivery touched my soul.
maryjacquelinealexander
02:10:59
So beautiful slow unfolding of intimacy—just taking tim
Lisa Sokolov
02:11:05
So beautiful. Full of feeling and subtlety and real humor. Thank you.
O Zotique
02:11:15
so good to see the holograms of your characters as you read
Alaina Warren Zachary
02:11:20
What a gift for today! MUC LOVE
G Brocone
02:11:50
Beautiful humor, connection, and detail.
Norman Lowrey
02:11:52
The Big Dream!!!!
Ashley Torrent
02:11:53
Thank you for sharing this beautiful book with us.
Amy Reed
02:12:08
answering a call to drive Down south I 5 CA to pick up my dear neices....what a beautiful way to experience the drive...
Amy Reed
02:12:17
thank u
Linda McNutt
02:12:48
Thank you, Julie!
lainiecooke
02:12:48
Having read the book - the rest of it is everybit as wonderful
Norman Lowrey
02:12:56
Will you sign my book?
Linda McNutt
02:13:03
How much of you is in Serena
A Hemenway
02:13:08
as an only child, born and raised in Manhattan, this is so close and so real and makes my heart race remembering being that age, sitting on stoops, and in restaurants and falling in love
Lisa Sokolov
02:13:52
I really laughed at points. So tender..
Lynn h
02:13:59
beautiful the pauses the slow walk with a tender beginning. no morsel. big love
Kathy High
02:14:13
And the sounds and noise in the restaurants - and oh - the food! Such delicious descriptions!
John Zeisel
02:15:10
he seems to have all the control. is that what you meant?
G Brocone
02:17:36
“Healing the underpinnings” - a lovely phrase from Leo - is that part of what draws the two of them together? It is such a delicate yet fragile way to describe a connection.
A Hemenway
02:18:23
I love the spaciousness around Serna's voice - the mystery and depth of her
Norman Lowrey
02:20:14
Last sentence in book - “…amidst the flowers and warmth, in a world of birth and passion, loss and misery and renewal, uncertainty and impermanence, the begin… to plan their wedding.
Anne Bourne
02:21:39
These two readings, so complimentary and somehow inter dimensionally connected in the continuum of time and women’s experience .
Norman Lowrey
02:21:46
It’s “they begin” that’s the moving instant
Kathy High
02:22:05
So much vulnerability in your characters and what is revealed and hidden as you said. The way you use your hands as you speak Julie is amazing to watch. And then the way you placed your characters hands first touching was breath-taking.
sylvie.decaux@parisdescartes.fr
02:26:02
Thank you so much!
Susan Sachs
02:26:13
beautiful!
O Zotique
02:26:20
hotep!
maryjacquelinealexander
02:26:29
Thank you Thank you
Josh Wallace
02:26:40
Thank you very much for sharing your wonderful works. Wishing you all good days and nights.
Norman Lowrey
02:26:42
Dream Shadows Dream is up on youtube - will send link
Kathy High
02:26:52
Thank you all so much!!! Such a beautiful event!
Lynn h
02:27:03
thank you!