MasticadoresUSA #Interview

Please ‘click’ on over and check out the interview!

https://masticadoresusa.wordpress.com/2021/07/17/masticadores-interview-matthew-taggart/

“M.- Since when do you write? Was there a specific moment that prompted you to start writing?

5th grade. In tiny hand writing. I still have the story. I begged my teacher to read it. He, Mr. Silverman, told me he needed to use a magnifying glass to read the words.”

https://masticadoresusa.wordpress.com/2021/07/17/masticadores-interview-matthew-taggart/

Thanks to both Juan Re Crivello, Fundador de Masticadores, and the wonderful author and editor Gabriela Marie Milton.

Have a great day!

Matt

19 thoughts on “MasticadoresUSA #Interview

  1. interesting interview – I wouldn’t have known how to answer some of the questions, guess I’d just have to go with instinct and blurt out –

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  2. Interesting interview. I love that you had a higher calling in the middle of your interview in the form of grunting 😂 I don’t know how I would have answered some of those questions. I’m not sure I understood some of them, but your answers were clear enough that I thought I understood them. Thank you for sharing!

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    • Thank you, I found it interesting to participate. The questions were translated, which made it all the more fascinating for me. It’s a soaker on the East Coast today, hopefully where ever you are is dry! Or not flooding.

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      • Ah… we had a soaker last night, also East Coast. Wind, rain, what was apparently sleet in 900% humidity. It was raging out there. I haven’t been outside yet, but the parking lot was flooded when I peeked out the window last night, wich means it was pretty bad. Was thinking of going to the convenience store to grab a few things, took one look outside and thought “well, it’s unfortunately I forgot my arc” and left it at that.

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  3. Just FYI, Charlotte, Emily, Anne, and Bramwell Bronte all began their writing careers writing in near microscopic print. So you have something in common with them.

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