At the Women’s March, my loneliness began to dissolve
Anna Beecher is a writer and theatre maker. She's written plays and created new performance work with her company, FAT CONTENT and independently. Anna is currently an MFA fiction student and is working on her first novel.
I was nervous about coming to Charlottesville. About humidity, possums and reading Proust. And then the day before I arrived here a young woman was murdered. White supremacists marched through the university with flaming torches and suddenly all my friends back home have heard of this town.
15/08/2017 12:32 BST
I think these hurdles were harder to face because I have swallowed the notion at the core of resolution making; that I am project and life, with a few tweaks, should run increasingly smoothly.
04/01/2017 14:26 GMT
If anyone asks this August how my play about fearlessness is going, I happily tell them I'm terrified.
09/08/2016 10:41 BST
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