We've all heard the sexist lie that behind every great man there's a great woman. Truth is, behind every great person there's a great animal, and that's just what we're going to showcase in "The Zero Pack."
First up: Lily the Dachshund owned by Judith Moore,
The Zero is deeply saddened to bring our visitors the news of the death of Lily's beloved human, Judith Moore. Following a valiant battle with cancer, Judith was taken from us in May, 2006. Regular Zero visitors are familiar with Judith's books Never Eat Your Heart Out and Fat Girl. Some will also be familiar with her two NEA awards and Guggenheim fellowship. As noted by The Arizona Republic, "Moore was also a senior editor at the San Diego Reader, a weekly newspaper, where she was known for her almost uncanny intuition about how to bring out the best in writers."
Judith Moore was all that and far more: a great lady whose heart was always in the right place. The world is a poorer place for her absence.
"Moore Turned a Bitter Childhood Into Fiery, Honest Art"
Update 01/2005: Lily the Dachshund celebrates Christmas 2004 the way any noble ratter would—with a toast of water! Happy holidays, Lily!
Here's Lily with her very computer literate, nine-year-old friend Nicholas.
|VACHSS BIO WRITINGS ARTICLES INTERVIEWS FAQ UPDATES|
|MISSION FREE DOWNLOADS GALLERY DOGS INSIDERS RESOURCES|
Search The Zero || Site Map || Technical Help || Linkage || Contact The Zero || Main Page
The Zero © 1996-2017 Andrew Vachss. All rights reserved.
How to Cite Articles and Other Material from The Zero
The URL for this page is: