Where does it say that Anne Heche made up a language?
|From:||Sally Caves <scaves@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, September 23, 2001, 15:23|
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From: Roger Mills <romilly@...>
Sent: Sunday, September 23, 2001 2:01 AM
Subject: Re: OT: Anne Heche - Celebrity Conlanger?
> Damon Lord wrote:
> >Excuse me for being British, but who's Anne Heche?>
> Sally Caves wrote:
> >This is fascinating to me. Where can I get a transcript
> of this interview with the famous Heche? Who is
> she? Why was she being interviewed? When did it
> happen? >
> These questions are comforting evidence that American Pop Culture is notas
> all-pervasive as it is sometimes accused of being. Understandable in
> Damon's case; apparently it has not even pervaded into Sally's American
Ellen DeGeneres has, to be sure, but not Anne Heche. I knew of the blow
up between Ellen and an American woman who thought she was all the
way gay, but I gave it no thought after that. So of course I didn't
the name Heche. My question still remains: where is there evidence on the
transcript that was provided that Anne Heche spoke of her invented language?
This is important to me research-wise.
As for conlanging and madness--I'm not too worried. But it's the Heche's
of the world that give conlanging bad press. I can hardly stand to look
at her. Her greatest achievement in life, she says, is to be interviewed
Barbara Walters. :-( She's such a publicity monger. That was clear from
her involvement with DeGeneres.
new stuff up at: http://www.frontiernet.net/~scaves/teonaht.html