two prayers for Writer’s Edge

Saint Lidia testifies here about last weekend’s Writer’s Edge conference:

i have been ravaged by the soft eyelash quiver of a girl writing new myths, the hair of a tall woman opening language, by the skin-smell of someone sitting near me, by the color of a shirt illuminating a voice, by the slippages of a drunken young man bringing us back to the whole truth of the carnival, by the images running up and down the arms of a friend, by the dizzy dissolving boundaries between film/text/image/music, by an utterly ordered, disordered, reordered chaos, noise, chant, heartbeat.

For a slightly more secular sermon, check out Bishop Lance’s overdub here, featuring some snapshots of the locale and happenings:

Can I get an Amen?

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