If you wish to be a writer, write, he would say. via The American Scholar: How Did You Become a Writer? – Brian Doyle.
“I think a man turns into a writer by editing his own texts.” —Imre Kertész http://t.co/8ei4UII9CC — The Paris Review (@parisreview) August 24, 2013
From the simplest lyric to the most complex novel and densest drama, literature is asking us to pay attention. Pay attention to the frog. Pay attention to the west wind. Pay attention to the boy on the raft, the lady in the tower, the old man on the train. In sum, pay attention to the world and all that dwells therein and thereby learn at last to pay attention to yourself and all that dwells […]
Writing for oneself is like dancing with one’s sister. Eduardo Galeano
A close family friend has an autistic boy and this was an anonymous letter slipped under her door. This is real. pic.twitter.com/VyRb2oqPrG — Lennon and Maisy (@lennonandmaisy) August 19, 2013
The deceptive thing about Twitter is that it can make you feel as if you’re actually doing something, even if you’re not. via What I Learned on My Twitter Diet | xoJane.