Renée E. D’Aoust- Flash Nonfiction Funny survey responses


Fiction or Nonfiction?

Both--no fences.

Is it harder to write funny or sad?

My answer: Do you think it is harder to read funny or sad?

Long form or short form?

My dachshund Tootsie has taught me the lowdown wisdom of long and short.

Poetry or prose?

Poetry was my first love, but I prefer to write prose.

Book you read and reread?

Leo Tolstoy's War & Peace

When writing is going well…

I go on frequent walks with my dachshund Tootsie.

Desert Island Book?

Leo Tolstoy's War & Peace

Renée E. D’Aoust’s Body of a Dancer (Etruscan Press) was a Foreword Reviews “Book of the Year” finalist. Seven essays have been named “Notable” by Best American Essays, and Sundress Publications named “Gratitude is my Terrain,” published by Sweet: A Literary Confection, one of “2016’s 30 Most Transformative Essays.” D’Aoust teaches online at Casper College and North Idaho College, and she lives in Switzerland. Please visit www.reneedaoust. com and follow her @idahobuzzy, where she tweets about her mini-dachshund Tootsie.

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