A paradigm shift away from crass materialism and toward embracing the incorrigible fecundity of Life.
– Andrew O. Dugas, when interviewed by Write Stuff
This was Andrew’s answer to the question “What would you like to see happen in your lifetime?” – part of the Litseen (on web, twitter) interview series for SF Weekly’s Write Stuff. Andrew’s interview was published in September 2014, with the full interview over here.
… which served as one of his 1,001 postcard haikus that he mailed to people around the world. And as he shared on his website about his daily haiku endeavor – “… project began on March 1, 2012 and completed on November 26, 2014 when I sent out the 1,001st postcard.”
Andrew’s weekly (Sundays) Haiku Scout newsletter curated by Haiku Andy (on Twitter) serves as daily inspiration, as I similarly shared in Poetry | a poem a day with Poetry 180. Just sign up for Andrew’s newsletter.
Had it not been for taking an improv class together back in 2012, I wonder if our paths would have otherwise crossed.
I am glad to have met a wonderful writer and human being.