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It may stop my breath if I don’t write it, but will it not also stop my breath if I do? Write what will stop your breath if you don’t write. via qotd | white pebble.
"If you want to write keep a low overhead…Write what will stop your breath if you dont write" Grace Paley #llawriter — Andrew Sean Greer (@agreer) February 28, 2012
What do young geniuses read, anyway? I cannot resist a good math article, or a good computer science tidbit, or a good history of math article, and I seem to have found all three of them in one place, Alex Bellos’s blog, in (as of this reading) in two entries about Alan Turing’s reading and study habits while at Sherborne School which he attended for what we in America would call high school. Book list […]
But most poets make their money explaining poetry to people who don’t “get” poetry. And happily there is no shortage of those people. via McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Poetry FAQ..
Forget your perfect offering There is a crack in everything That’s how the light gets in — Leonard Cohen
Snow chairs. Yes, the snow here in Boulder really is this deep. Related articles Boulder snow (white-pebble.net)