Contact (How?)

For inquiries into All the Spaces In Between, a novel of myth and adolescence, please contact Alison Hardacre, Robert Lecker Agency. 

For everything else? Pick a form of media below.

“There’s a hell of a distance between wise-cracking and wit. Wit has truth in it; wise-cracking is simply calisthenics with words.”
― Dorothy Parker

Being a writer is a bit like being a philosopher. Lots of thoughts, not a lot of action, almost no job openings. Someone fun to have at dinner parties, a good person to turn to for book recommendations, but no real marketable skills. I am witty, sure, but wit is notoriously difficult to hock. Unless you are Dorothy Parker, of course.

And it’s lonely.

“If the heart is a lonely hunter, then the writer is a solitary slayer. But not in a good way, like Buffy.”
-Dina Honour 

Fancy Yourself the Next Dorothy Parker?

Female needed for seat at round table.  Must be witty, oh so witty.  Well read and able to write in complete sentences a plus, though not necessary. Must possess black humor and self-deprecating manner. Must not take oneself too seriously. Must be able to curb caustic tendencies so as not to appear jealous, bitter, or resentful, though thick-skinned enough to let water roll of a duck’s back when the inevitable occurs. Must be well-versed in cliché and metaphor. Hats encouraged.

So keep your eye out.  If you see something along those lines, let’s talk.

Contact me at wineandcheesedoodles@gmail.com
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Text from I Feel Witty, Oh So Witty

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One thought on “Contact (How?)

  1. Irene de Klerk Wolters December 12, 2016 / 10:46 pm

    Hi dina,

    First time I read a colum of you.. sorry.. but how I loved it!

    Reading with a big smile and lot’s of recognition!

    Loved reading it! Just saying..;)

    See you around school!
    Irene (Dutch lady on the bike;)

    Liked by 1 person

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