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KEEP THIS QUIET TOO! is called a "masterpiece memoir of four writers' lives (the author's as well as the title characters') as Margaret pits wits with - and learns from - Gonzo creator, Hunter S. Thompson, New York City poet-genius/wiseman Milton Klonsky, and her eventual husband, Belgian poet, Jan Mensaert, with whom she endures his suicidal bouts and artistic highs and l ...more
Paperback, 284 pages
Published October 24th 2012 by Saeculum University Press
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Bravely told and hauntingly wise, Margaret Harrell’s KEEP THIS QUIET! books read like a Sally Rand fan dance at the top of her form. Harrell entices with promised details of her relationships with Milton Klonsky, Hunter Thompson, and Jan Mensaert, then draws readers closer with wit and wonderful honesty about how these men influence her life. The tales and their telling reveal—through glimpses—the shape and size of Ms. Harrell's heart. Every peek and flash, flourish and strut, accumulates into a ...more
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Harrell was 3 times a Fellow at MacDowell Colony for artists. Marrying a Belgian poet, she lived in Morocco, then took a sharp turn into spiritual growth. In Zurich she studied at the C. G. Jung Institute and had a dramatic "Confrontation with the Self," or as Jung termed it, "Confrontation with the Unconscious." Her former perspective on reality burst at the seams to absorb the jolts in conscious ...more