23 October

Last week Bernhard Beutler and his wife were in town from Germany. We invited them to supper as well as Sonja Scarstead (my father's last published), Pierre DesRuisseaux (translator of Louis Dudek poetry into French) and a few other people. On the whole, the crowd was composed of people with either a Louis Dudek connection or a German connection (or both). The not-strictly-literary crowd included renowed computer scientist Luc Devroye, his wife Bea, Mike and Corinna Langer and Geof Isherwood. Luc and Geof Isherwood (artist) developed a scintillating dynamic.

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