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Open page with Peter Singer

December 2016, no. 387

Open page with Peter Singer

December 2016, no. 387

Why do you write?

Because I have something to say – and not just to one person, but to as many people as I can reach. And when the writing goes well, I enjoy doing it.

Are you a vivid dreamer?


Where are you happiest?

Where? I’m happy when I’ve done something well, whether it’s writing, giving a talk, or organising an event. There is no particular place where that occurs. If you want particular places, it would have to be a different kind of happiness, such as I might feel on a mountaintop, looking out at the view, or at the beach, catching a

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Comment (1)

  • Well, that was certainly a trivial interview which elicited absolutely nothing of interest. What a pity.
    Posted by Judy Winchester
    01 December 2016

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