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Is it true that writers are pillagers of privacy? Yes. And it is also true that others get hurt along the way. But what are a few hurt feelings along the fiction trail? After all, thousands died to build the railroads; millions were crippled and wounded in wars that were presumably fought to create better worlds. Am I saying that the literary end justifies the means? I'm saying that writers had better believe it or else they'll be trapped in moral quicksand and swallowed up whole.
-- Anne Roiphe


 

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Pillow and Plant

 

While waiting for our dinner guests to arrive, I trotted out my pen and ink and scribbled out a couple of things in the living room.

And this one:

Pen and ink are honest. There is no eraser. The point is clean. The ink is solid.

Drawing is good for the soul.

 


by Brett Rogers, 3/29/2007 1:08:05 AM
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