Celebrating Earth Day: Writers and The Outdoors

Everyone's familiar with the vampiric writer stereotype - we're all pale, gaunt creatures who haven't left the house in weeks. We can construct a wonderful metaphor about the sun, but we'd probably ignite if we actually stepped out into it. We're morlocks staring at computer screens and blank pages. Outside? What the hell is that? It's a misleading … Continue reading Celebrating Earth Day: Writers and The Outdoors

Quote of the Day

"The General, speaking one felt with authority, always insisted that, if you bring off adequate preservation of your personal myth, nothing much else in life matters. It is not what happens to people that is significant, but what they think happens to them." Anthony Powell, Books Do Furnish a Room