When I was a little feminist I went on a Zilpha Keatley Snyder binge, reading about 4-5-6 of her children’s books in a row. Her tomboyish girl characters are living out their colorful fantasy worlds in tree houses, caves, forest huts and abandoned tenement buildings. I’ve wanted my own hide-out ever since, but whatever I found was occupied by homeless people or teenagers smoking pot.
Point is that I’m moving into my hide-out apartment very soon, which is an island on top of the city, clouds, rooftops, inspiration, as much as is available in Budapest.
Let’s see what happens there.