the short version:
I am into roads, stories, places, crossings, and all the things they lead and connect to.
the official version:
Dorothee Lang is a freelancer, writer and traveller, and the founding editor of BluePrintReview, an experimental online literary and visual arts journal. She lives in the middle of Europe and always was fascinated by languages, roads and the world, themes that reflect in her own work. Her writing and art has appeared in more than 150 journals and magazines, inlcuding smaller and larger venues in both print and online. Her new book is just some Worlds Apart.
Hi Dorothee, thanks so much for your comment on Amoco Cadiz. It's interesting what came out with this piece. Very much just started out with the idea of writing something about oil.
Procrastinate now, Dorothee. Don't wait. Lol
Ha. Dorothee. Thanks for the read on "wait"
So glad you like Midnight Riders! Thanks for the fave and the kind words.
Thanks for the thoughtful comment on In a Bubble! I appreciate the read.
Dorothee, glad you enjoyed my Space Camp story. Yes, centigrade could be a problem...
Hi Dorothee, thanks so much for your lovely comments on my story, nice to see you here!
Thanks, Dorothee, for the comment and fave on A Night of Not Knowing. And the birthday wishes! Aug 24 -- she's already planning her party.
Thanks so much for the comment and fave on "Down Cellar," Dorothee. I'm glad you liked it.
Thanks for your comment on Speedy the Slug. It was fun to write. The process was very different than other things I've done, so I'm glad it worked for you.
Dorothee- Thanks so much for your generous comments on A intersect B (can't get the silly symbol to work here!). So much appreciated... and I LOVED your White. Perfetto, madam! Peace...
Thanks for the read and the fave on Bedtime Story, Dorothee! Glad you liked the un-story in there. I liked that part too. So nice to see you here!!
Dorothee, thanks ever so much for your take on "Things you remember..." Thanks also and especially for the link. It looks promising. Best, JD
Just checking in with you, hope all is well.
oh, doro, i am sorry to hear/read this about your friend's friend. death, even twice removed, brings us face to face with the inevitable. it makes me revisit my choices and count my blessings daily. thanks for reading/commenting/faving "don't rub me out now".
Glad to 'meet' you
Hello! What are you up to?
Many thanks, dear Doro! I'm glad to join the group!
nice contrib at matchbook forum, dorothee...can you believe i had never even heard of herta müller? picked up one of hers the other day. it was cold. a terrible wind blew from the door and out of her book at me. i had to close it again but i did notice the language was exquisite.
Yes! No sucking on my part :)
Hi. went to workshop; the trail's a bit cold; anyway, hi. I noticed you haven't been born yet; capital plan!
thanks for the warm welcome. it's good to be here.
Great to have you with us.
Dorothee! Great to see you here.