One Headlight: a Memoir
“I’ve come to love wrestling out an argument and polishing rhythmical prose. Perhaps the only recompense for tragedy—for death and loss of innocence—is the chance to create some measure of beauty. The marvel of a well-crafted sentence—finding just the right diction and syntax—is a small triumph over pain, a way to create order in the world.”
“Great writing cannot be created without risk”
“I’m developing a body of work the same way a painter might develop an oeuvre”
“the act of reading enables this form of telepathy”
Some pre-publication advice for aspiring writers
The Bradbury: Reading (and Writing) Whatever
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