Sarah Linn covers film, television and the performing arts as the editor of Ticket, the arts-and-entertainment section of The Tribune newspaper of San Luis Obispo, Calif. She shares her insights on Facebook, Twitter and via her blog, "She Likes to Watch."
LOCATION: San Luis Obispo, Calif.
WHAT INSPIRES ME: Good movies, good music, good food and good company.
FAVORITE PLACE TO GET AWAY IN MY AREA: At the top of the trail at Bishop Peak, in the hills of San Luis Obispo.
FAVORITE WRITERS: To name just a few, David Sedaris, Richard Russo, Evelyn Waugh, Philip K. Dick, Ursula LeGuin, Agatha Christie, Mary Roach and Bill Bryson.
ARTIST/CREATIVE YOU’D WANT TO HAVE LUNCH WITH: Martin Scorsese
MOST OVER-HYPED ARTIST: Damien Hirst or Jeff Koons, take your pick.
PERFECT SOUNDTRACK FOR WRITING: The sound of silence.
WHY I LOVE WHERE I LIVE: Between the golden beaches, the quaint mission towns and the rolling hills dappled with oak trees and vineyards, you couldn’t ask for a more beautiful place to live. Plus, the weather is just about perfect.
ART YOU MAKE (IF YOU MAKE ANY...): I'm a resourceful cook and an inventive fiber artist.
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