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Anais Chartschenko

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Anaïs Chartschenko hails from the Canadian wilderness. She has come to enjoy such modern things as electric tea kettles. Her published works include:

Bright Needles
The Whisper Collector
The Weightless One
Perfect Break
The Liminal Hymns

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Average rating: 4.55 · 87 ratings · 36 reviews · 10 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Weightless One

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Bright Needles

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Perfect Break

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The Whisper Collector

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The Liminal Hymns

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Storm for the Adored

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Jacopo della Quercia
“Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales was expected to clock in at anywhere between 100 and 120 chapters. Unfortunately, the dude only managed to finish 24 tales before he suffered an insurmountable and permanent state of writer's block commonly known as death.”
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Paul Broks
“When we see the brain we realize that we are, at one level, no more than meat; and, on another, no more than fiction.”
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“Cosmology and neuropsychology have absurdity in common. The raw facts are strange beyond imagination.”
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“From a neuroscience perspective we are all divided and discontinuous. The mental processes underlying our sense of self-- feelings, thoughts, memories-- are scattered through different zones of the brain. There is no special point of convergence. No cockpit of the soul. No soul-pilot. They come together in a work of fiction. A human being is a story-telling machine. The self is a story.”
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“Never practice magic when you're drunk.”
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