Spend 69 seconds with writer, comedian, and spoken word performer Katherine Glover who brings her one-woman show A Cynic Tells Love Stories to the 2010 Vancouver International Fringe Festival.
01Your first job.
I assembled pronto pups (a.k.a. corn dogs) deep in the bowels of the Minnesota State Fair.
02The job you wanted as a child.
For awhile I wanted to build purple houses — but only purpose ones. If someone wanted me to build them a white house, I’d have to turn them down. Then later on I wanted to be either a writer or a rock star. So that worked out all right.
Just one? That’s too hard.
04Favourite stage play of all time.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
05One word your best friend would use to describe you.
Adventurous. (I actually asked him. That’s what he said.)
06The three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
Books, writing utensils, music.
07What’s getting the most play on your iPod right now.
08Your pet peeve.
09 Something no one else knows about you (and you are willing to share).
If I’m willing to share it, either someone else already knows about it, or it’s really boring.
10 The one thing you are most looking forward to doing in Vancouver (besides the Fringe).
Seeing old friends.
MEET katherine glover
Independent journalist Katherine Glover covers immigration, food and agriculture, and the GLBT community, with an emphasis on bisexual and transgender topics. She’s written for the AP, Salon.com and Sierra Magazine.
Though she spends ridiculous amounts of time in other places all over the world, she considers the Twin Cities home.
Katherine brings her one-woman show, A Cynic Tells Love Stories, to the 2010 Vancouver International Fringe Festival.