Ms. Li enjoys basketball, tennis, dance, and running. Her compelling interests include movies, art, philosophy, politics, photography, literature, and music. She has traveled widely in western Europe, North America, and China. She has worked as a teacher, journalist, prison guard, driver, cook, dishwasher, retail clerk, and booking agent for bands. She holds degrees in English, literature, and philosophy. She plays piano and guitar, jazz and blues. She is fundamentally committed to freedom of speech, thought, and belief. She often reflects on the friction between the way women see their lives and the way they live them.
You may contact Ms. Li at: email@example.com
Books: Lolita; Crime and Punishment; On the Road.
Movies: The Passenger; Lawrence of Arabia; Manhattan
Musicians: Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, Thelonious Monk, Wynton Kelly, Gene Harris, Otis Spann, Muddy Waters, Cornell Dupree, Chuck Berry, Robert Johnson
Artists: Rembrandt, Gustave Courbet, Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Mark Rothko, Joseph Turner, Georgia O'Keefe, Salvador Dali, El Greco, Rodin.
on June 19, 2016 :
This short story is a scintillating portrayal of the realm following heartbreak; a gray area firmly affixed between guarding oneself or risking it all. Nathalia Li effectively sets the stage and compellingly weaves the tension until stretched to the breaking point. I Won't Believe in Love is a bonafide must read!
(review of free book)