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IN MEMORIUM:
Edward Readicker-Henderson


photo: Amanda Castleman

Ed was like Saint-Exupery's "Little Prince." Where some saw only a hat, he perceived a boa constrictor digesting an elephant. How privileged we were to have been invited into Ed's world, if only for a while. The lyricism, the whimsy, the depth -- he was all of this and more. I will never forget meeting him for the first time at Troutbeck -- a tall guy he was with waist-long ponytail and sad, puppy dog eyes. "I don't have any clips," he said. But turns out he could tell a good tale. At that Hudson Valley conference, in the basement of a spooky old inn, he mesmerized Susan Moynihan, Keith Bellows and I with Cody, Wyoming ghost stories. Here is a guy with a voice, we thought. And readers have loved that voice ever since.
Maren Rudolph




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