A. I wouldn't call these "occupations" per se, but I can cite the following roles I've taken in exchange for money: non-profit fundraiser; abridger of book-length manuscripts for audio production; well-remunerated subject of a research study.
A. Attleboro High School and George Washington University
A. "I Am Cuba," because it's breathtaking.
A. I used to love "Six Feet Under," but now that it's off, I heart "Gossip Girl."
A. I either a) can't choose or b) don't have one. But my friend Anna told me I could borrow hers, which is Ole!
A. It's completely irrational (aren't they all?) but ever since I was a kid, I've had a fear of losing use of my legs. I can't imagine life without dance and movement.
A. I'm pretty happy right now, on my couch in Brooklyn, holed up with my laptop and GoGo and Frankie (who are kittens). But, I also harbor a deep longing for Italy.
A. Tina Turner
A. Yes, yes, yes. Or, si si si.
A. Letting fear get in the way of presence.
A. Songwriting and/or the ability to play a musical instrument
A. Loving and allowing myself to be loved
A. I can be a hot-head.
A. I can be generous.
A. I laugh and sneeze loudly.
A. Sense of humor, sincerity, and self-awareness
A. Well, this is ever-changing. But at the moment, I'm listening to (and loving) Colin Hay's "Waiting for My Real Life to Begin."
A. "A Moveable Feast"
A. Do your best to love--truly, madly, deeply--each and every chance you take.