Thursday, March 18, 2010

Writerly Advice from Hem

In truly good writing no matter how many times you read it you do not know how it is done. That is because there is a mystery in all great writing and that mystery does not dis-sect out. It continues and it is always valid. Each time you re-read you see or learn something new.

-Ernest Hemingway

1 comment:

  1. This is especially true for me with great short stories, like the best of Jhumpa Lahiri's or, epecially, Raymond Carver's master works.


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