Monthly Archives: February 2015

Writers’ Wisdom

“I just think that fiction that isn’t exploring what it means to be human today isn’t art.” David Foster Wallace  NMM Advertisements

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Writers’ Wisdom

“The more you leave out, the more you highlight what you leave in.” Henry Green NMM

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Writers’ Wisdom

“You must be unintimidated by your own thoughts because if you write with someone looking over you shoulder, you’ll never write.” Nikki Giovanni NMM

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Bookworm: “The Girl on the Train”

Talk about a reading one-two punch. When I finished Emily St. John Mandel’s fantastic “Station Eleven,” I thought to myself, “Welp, that’ll be the best book I read in 2015.” But alas, I was wrong, wrong, wrong — because Paula Hawkins’ … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

“Writing a book is an adventure. To begin with it is a toy and an amusement. Then it becomes a mistress, then it becomes a master, then it becomes a tyrant. The last phase is that just as you are … Continue reading

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