(Essay 1) How Did I Fall In Love with Korean Historical Drama? by Anna Tzanova, M.A.

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KHD Anna Tzanova, M.A. co-facilitates Korean Historical Dramas beginning Feb. 11, 2016

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“To become a kairomancer¹, you need to learn to trust your feelings as you walk the roads of this world, to develop your personal science of shivers, to recognize in your gut and your skin and in free-floating impressions that you know far more than you hold on the surface of consciousness. You need to take care of your poetic health, reading what rhymes in a day or a season.  You want to expect the unexpected, to make friends with surprises, and never miss that special moment.” ~ Robert Moss²

          After a year and a half of work without a day off;  driving 100-150 miles every other day;  writing past midnight every night;  at the end of July 2011, overwhelmed by fatigue, I finally decided to take a weekend off.  Little did I…

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