Writing Peaks


Sensitivitytothings.com hit the big time recently, or at least its author thinks so, his review of David Lynch’s Catching the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness and Creativity being published by blogcritics.org, and from there syndicated to outer space, or at least anywhere under roof, stars and internet connectivity.

David LynchI may be highly susceptible to faint praise, but am wearing proudly two comments posted by blogcritics editors G.L. Hauptfleisch and Natalie Bennett, who commended my first submission as “Nice review, well expressed” and “This article has been selected for syndication to Advance.net, which is affiliated with newspapers around the United States. Nice work!” respectively. Thanks for that—I do appreciate being appreciated.

You can of course still read the review here, but I’ll forgive you if you want to read it there:

Now that I mention it, it seems I have an excuse to post another clip from David Lynch’s alternatively sublime, alternately surreal Twin Peaks, a rare moment of beginning of the 90’s television lucidity so out of the ordinary it might not be entirely of this world…

  • savannah
    Posted at 02:46h, 22 March

    best line ever came from this scene: “where there’s no sense, there’s no feeling.”
    damn good work and hot, too! thanks for the read!

  • Jaitra Gillespie
    Posted at 20:49h, 22 March

    Thanks Savannah. Glad to be read.

  • Princess Haiku
    Posted at 20:43h, 25 March

    Congratulations on your writing success.

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