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Savannah Thorne

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My name is Savannah but I go by Savvy for short. My poetry has been published in over 30 literary journals and my fiction is represented by The Linda Chester Literary Agency.

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Savannah is 15% done with The Monk Downstairs: This reads, for all the world, like accessible and violently apt, powerful, poetry. Yet weaves a story of loneliness and redemption. Do yourself a favor and pick it up.
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“I can ask myself where this particular fear lives in the world of my story. The fear is there for a reason. When we begin to work with our doubts and fears, we grow as storytellers, recognizing that our circumstances are not overcome through force of will but by acceptance.”
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“We can’t solve our hero’s problem in our heads. We just need to imagine him transformed at the end of the story. As we imagine, we are provided with all sorts of ideas and images that precede the ending.”
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Savannah I definitely know how it is to be lost in time. I have often said the past is the home I long for.


Richard Fulgham Don Quixote (Penguin Classics) Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra


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rating: 5 of 5 stars
By some mystical or mundane process the "right" author comes to me at each stage of my life. Thus in my twenties came Hermann Hesse; in my thirties came Graham Greene; in my forties came Nietzsche; in my fifties came Victor Hugo; and now at sixty I have found -- or has found me -- Cervantes. Like millions of others, I have found myself in Don Quixote del le Mancha, the Knight of the Sorry Face. How absurd my quests -- yet how noble and brave they seem to me. I know other people, those, uh, "real" people who see me every day, taking out the garbage, walking my dog, smoking my cigars while lounging on my deck in the sun -- they see me as nothing, a weird old guy with nothing to say. Like Don Quixote, however, I am not in my time -- I am journeying through a great adventure full of monsters and damsels and wise kings and my brother knights! I tip my lance -- I charge! Come Sancho, sally forth!


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