Kevin Dardis is a storyteller and musician based in Nuremberg, Germany.
Q: If you could travel back in time, which of the great writers would you like to meet and why?
A: I am happy to leave the great writers of the past in peace. I would feel uncomfortable meeting my old heroes – I wouldn’t know what to say to them. They’ve given us their stories and I am happy with that.
Q: What superpower would you like to have and why?
A: Being able to speak and understand more languages.
Q: If you could teleport yourself anywhere, real or fictional, where would it be and why?
A: I miss the coast. I am happy where I live – far from the ocean – but there are definitely times I wish I could simply snap my fingers and find myself back in Ireland or in Brittany.
Q: Who is your personal inspiration?
A: Our dog – Simon. He’s generally in a good mood, he’s friendly, inquisitive, and he doesn’t let small unimportant things ruin his days.
Traditions are not consciously created. A tradition is born and nurtured long before anyone sees it for what it is. It lies patiently in wait – for it has time – growing stronger and more difficult to remove. It has no fear of being discovered, for discovery is the final act of consummation. Tradition is …