‘The impossible bridge between words and music’ – Philippa Rees

for logoMy guest this week has frequently noticed how many Undercover Soundtrack authors describe music as a benign, supportive influence; a creative partner, if you will. She says for her it has been more of a gauntlet; a challenge to reach further with her prose, to infuse every syllable with power and nuance. She has two works. The first is a novel, which she describes as a warm-up for the second – a poetic narrative of western culture and science. Well, we love the unusual and unclassifiable here, so she’ll be right at home. She has also been a frequent and incisive commenter on my blogs, so it is all the more pleasure to host her. She is Philippa Rees and she’ll be sharing her Undercover Soundtrack on Wednesday.

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  1. #1 by philipparees on July 30, 2013 - 8:52 am

    Thank you for warm welcome. I look forward to a day away from home, and finding new friends.

  2. #2 by Beth Rudetsky on July 31, 2013 - 7:39 am

    I’m looking forward to reading your piece Phillipa. As Roz will tell you, music is not benign for me, it is my life force!

  3. #3 by rozmorris @NailYourNovel @ByRozMorris on July 31, 2013 - 8:41 am

    My pleasure, Philippa – and Beth, it’s great to see you back. Music is a life force… I SO agree.

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