Are we stupid enough to invest so much money into something so time consuming?
I ended my last update talking about how things seemed to be on the up again, I really should have learned my lesson from last time.
Things seem to be on the up once again!
This pulled the proverbial rug out from under us as we now have big names attending an event that is currently non-existent.
Now, I bet you're thinking: Yasmine, this all sounds like it's going so great! What's the catch? Well, dear reader... apparently the festival itself is the catch.
Hint: internally, yes.
When I first read Kassabova's short story collection I found myself growing quite fond of a piece titled "I Want to Be a Tourist". In this piece Kassabova compares her life to a city which gave me the idea decided to write a piece in where I describe my own life as a city. As … Continue reading “Development” A Creative Response to Geography For the Lost by Kapka Kassabova
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