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Friday, April 01, 2011


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John Ling

More often than not, good writing is like good wine---you have to air it out and let it age a bit.


Bless you-- I think writers so often get discouraged when they have a dry spell. You're right that writing a lot poorly won't help anyone.

BTW, grats on the Master's program! (Sorry I'm slow these days.) You'll do great, even though the timing's off.

Fadzlishah Johanabas

John: Right. Some stories are completed within hours, while some take years to unravel. Forcing these stories out won't help anyone.

Breanna: Good to hear from you! Hope Texas is doing ya good. I still want to read new stories from you, but being a full-time mother of 3 isn't easy, so take your time. When your stories are ready, they'll guide your fingers on the keyboard.

Christian Louboutin Pumps

Platonic vision of the Sun at the summit of dialectical ascent, one is obligated in Plato’s account to return to the Cave, to make the corresponding dialectical descent into the realm of particularity and the concrete, the world of the “ten thousand things” (wanwu) in Chinese philosophy, and it is with that world our contemporary novelists and filmmakers can be fairly said to be well acquainted, if sometimes or even often in a confused or uncertain manner, at least with regard to ethical values and moral insight. The extent to which we envisage contemporary literature, or any narrative vehicle, playing such a role appears to importantly depend upon our ability to make aesthetic and ethical discriminations and judgments as to what is morally and spiritually

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