In civilizations without boats, dreams dry up...
I think I’ve never written anything more personal than this. About being born in the family of artists, about truth that haunts me and my sea-changed compass, and the Sea Library.
Jau kopš vasaras, kad biju uzkāpusi Aspazijas mājas otrā stāva verandā kopā ar saviem puikām, zelta tālskatis uz trijkāja, pa kura aci starp pretējām mājām varēju saskatīt jūras horizontu, mani bija pilnībā pārņēmis…
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“Greetings from Almaty!” she writes in her e-mail a few days ago. If British writer Caroline Eden is not at home in Edinburgh, she is most probably traveling the roads of Eastern Europe or Central Asia, and her explorations in different cultures have a special kind of prism – food.
Dozen reasons to read in Autumn in the Sea Library. Books of September, October, November by twelve wonderful writers.
Sea doesn’t care and sea doesn’t listen, it just lets me be in her magnificent presence. When I enter the seaside, I enter a different world.