Your favourite virtue ::


Your favourite qualities in a man ::

not giving a shit about being a man

Your favourite qualities in a woman ::

not giving a shit about being a woman

Your favourite occupation ::

Your idea of happiness ::
having no guilty conscience ever again

Your idea of misery :: no books, no laptop, no music

If not yourself, who would you be ::
Matthew Barney (to understand, what goes on in this brain AND getting to live with Björk. Could it be any better?)

Where would you like to live ::

on a scottish lighthouse built by a Stevenson (Muckle Flugga would be awesome, especially if wireless internet would be accessable)

Your favourite colour and flower ::

yeah, it’s black, and YEAH it’s the white Lily, but don’t draw any conclusions, please

Your favourite prose authors ::
Angela Carter, Henry James, Walker Percy, Ian McEwan and Walter Moers

Your favourite poets ::

John Donne, William Blake, Paal-Helge Haugen

Your favourite heroes in fiction ::

Snoopy, the „New Eve“ in The passion of New Eve by Angela Carter

Your favourite heroines in fiction ::
 Elizabeth as played by Cate Blanchett, the „New Eve“ in The passion of New Eve by Angela Carter

Your favourite painters and composers ::

Hieronymus Bosch, Bach, Kodály, Stravinsky

Your favourite heroes in real life ::

my father, Alan Stevenson

Your favourite heroines in real life ::
Ada Lovelace

What character(s) in history do you most dislike ::

I’m german, don’t expect a non-obvious answer. It’s Hitler.

Your favourite food and drink ::

drink: everything, that’s black, food: dark, crusty bread with margarine and smoked tofu (seriously)

Your favourite names ::

Paul, Rudi, Magdalena

Your pet peeve (something that easily annoys you) ::

when people show that they are smarter than me without showing off (how do they DO this???)

The change you most anticipate ::

that books are produced in good quality again (what happened to stitched binding?)

A gift of nature which I would like to have ::

spitting fire or having to pee only once a week

How I would like to die ::


What is your present state of mind ::


Of what fault are you most tolerant ::
stupidity (makes me feel better) 

Your favourite motto ::
There is no choice, which doesn’t mean a loss (Jeanette Winterson)

29 janvier 2009

"Wolfseule's insufficient physical shell (no wires attached, no in-built wireless, no night-vision) dwells in the south of Germany, but the real Wolfseule actually lives inside her beautiful Computer, which (who, to be accurate) bears the proud name "Hermann". With Massju, she's running weirdandwired , the source for brain-wrecking sounds and heart-breaking loveliness. Aim to confuse, try to refuse, succeed to bemuse."

website :: weirdandwired

:: the questionnaire is based on the original "questionnaire of Marcel Proust", created by Antoinette Faure around 1890.