January 11, 2007
Check out this recent podcast interview on DIVIDED MINDS. The following code should produce a player but if not, one of the links above will take you to the site where you can listen to the podcast. (Later: AH! It works! Just press the yellow button. Ignore all the other underlined junk.)
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These are the addresses to the Deborah Harper's PsychJourney podcasts and biography website if the player doesn't appear or work. Links appear in the entry just above this.
Posted by pamwagg at January 11, 2007 12:54 AM
Wow, that podcast was great! Thanks so much. I'm going to record it so that I can play it back whenever I like. You sound as I thought you would sound--smart and sensitive. And, for the most part, I thought the interviewer did a good job with her questions. But listening made me feel even closer to you. I love when you said that what you want to give your audience is understanding and compassion for the human struggles of schizophrenics, and that you want to lessen the stigma against schizophrenics, reduce the fear. I was sitting there nodding my head thinking that I feel the same way. I'm so elated that you're a such a good writer and that you have this talent of being able to translate your experiences, thoughts and feelings into words. Be persistent about getting your poems published in a book. You know what, you could even make your own books for friends and fans and sell them. I got this idea from another site where someone is hand making books and selling them online. I would love to get my hands on a book of your work, made by you. That would be so special.
Posted by: Kate K. at January 11, 2007 06:29 PM
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