You are a maker. Creative from the day you were born, you spend most of your time thinking about the world you live in. You are open to new ideas and value beauty and originality more than most. We both know you’re not really the office type, so give yourself some room to create. Other occupations: director, producer, advertiser.
Winston Churchill once said, “Never, never, never give up” (McGregor, 1). It is a quote that has endured because people relate to it, even in regard to recipes such as chicken marsala.
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In 1963, 16-year-old Bruce McAllister mailed a four-question survey to 150 novelists, asking if they intentionally planted symbolism in their work. Here’s what they had to say.
Fascinating letters. Interesting correspondence.
If Blake could do this when he sat down to shite,
Think what he might do if he sat down to write.
All I really know about writing is that if you’re a writer, writing is what you do. The work, intellectual, emotional, physical, is everything.
Alexie never thought he could leave his reservation to pursue a writing career—but a line written by Adrian C. Louis taught him to venture outside the “reservation of his mind.”
When it was revealed a couple of weeks ago that the heavily followed “spambot” Twitter account @horse_ebooks was, in fact, not an algorithmically gene