OC Bookly Interview: Victoria Patterson
Hey, how about a hypothetical time-travel tourism question! You, Victoria Patterson, OC Weekly Best Author 2011, are hosting expat Edith Wharton (Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, 1862-1937) on her visit to South Orange County. Where would you taker her? By the way, her plane from Seine-et-Oise landed at the new Terminal C at John Wayne (actor, not skateboarder) Airport, she is dead, and she really needs a drink.
|Find us at the bar|
Will your two terrific books, the short story collection Drift and your novel This Vacant Paradise perhaps be on sale, and available for signing by you at the upcoming Literary Orange event, April 14 at UC Irvine?
Besides supporting the literary arts at Literary Orange, fomenting class warfare and shopping at Fashion Island, what do you for fun?
For shiz and giggles, Mr. Bib, I'm fond of deep breathing Tantric sex.
Do you encourage your own creative writing students to read novels and short stories, or spend lots of time talking about the death of reading, Kindles and font size?
Mostly, Mr. Bib, we discuss reality television.
|Panel at last year's Literary Orange|