Words written fifty years ago, a hundred years ago, a thousand years ago, can have as much of this power
Orwell on Artistic Political Writing
> “What I have most wanted to do throughout the past
How to Be a Poet
(to remind myself) [https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/wendell-berry]
Make a place to sit down.
Sit down. Be quiet.
What Do I Write About?
From Frederick Buechner:
> “Write about what truly matters to you—not just things to catch the eye of the
How to Write, Create, or Be a Human?
> “It has nothing to do with talent. Somehow it has everything
Where Did the Christian Artists Go?
I’m doing doctorate work in the area of faith, art, and the pastoral
imagination. One of our conversations revolved
TPC #014: Emily Crookston on Ghostwriting
I'm back baby!
Emily Crookston spent a bunch of years mucking around creating marketing content
before Emily realized she's better
Butt in Chair
From Steven Pressfield:
> “When I sit down to write in the morning, I literally have no expectations for
Toni Morrison on Writing
> If there is a book that you want to read, but it hasn't been written yet, you
must be the
Cormac McCarthy on Writing for One Audience
Cormac McCarthy [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cormac_McCarthy] is one of my
favorite authors. An acclaimed and award winning