Brady Dale

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Brady Dale grew up in Pittsburg, Kansas. He is a journalist in Brooklyn.



Doodled notes from the panel organized by Barrelhouse’s Joe Killiany, on creating suspense in Fiction. Authors Con Lehane & James Grady offered a lot of fodder for plot, captured in these tiny drawings. From this weekend’s Conversations and Connections Conference in D.C.
When in doubt, walk a man into the room with a gun. Or a metaphor.

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Published on April 16, 2013 07:43 • 138 views • Tags: confererence, doodle, drawing, suspense, washington, workshop, writing
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Dream Her Back

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Brady Dale is on page 90 of 650 of The Solzhenitsyn Reader: It’s as if for the first time I’m reading a voice with a genuinely original perspective. It’s a real antidote to the present wishful thinking.
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“When you punish a person for dreaming his dream
Don't expect him to thank or forgive you.”
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“YOU ARE GOING TO DIE.”
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“The shadow of the Newtonian worldview is promulgated by those who wish, for whatever reason, to reinforce the view of a deterministic Universe with consciousness as a bizarre epiphenomenon.”
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“It’s an odd question actually, because your body has never been a permanent thing – it is an illusion.”
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“Though scientists and outspoken atheists often regard belief in an afterlife simply as a natural human reaction to the idea of annihilation, the idea of survival of our consciousness in some discarnate form has been widely held in almost every culture from the beginning of human history – based not on blind faith in some sort of God-like being maintaining a celestial salvatory for souls, as found in Christianity, but instead on direct personal experiences that suggest postmortem survival.”
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