“But I believe a poet can change things. He can change the way people look and feel about things. And that’s what I want to do in Detroit.”–Dudley Randall
Hurston was wired by Lippincott stating they wanted to publisher her book. She explains her reaction: “I never expect to have a greater thrill than that wire gave me. You know the feeling when you found your first pubic hair? Greater than that.”
I fell in love with paper and writing—not just storytelling—at a young age.
I had more majors in college than almost anybody I know.
Naz over at Read Diverse Books has challenged everyone to read more diversely.
This post was born out of my curiosity at a Tweet she shared. It looked like a giant roll of paper and was an example of how Brooks edits. I wanted to see how a writer revises!
I want to thank Naz for starting the conversation about diverse bloggers!
Believing in yourself plays a huge factor, fersure.
It’s gratifying to make someone’s dream come true, but it’s a LOT of work for no money and no glory!
My mouth persisted. And the more I said the word, the stranger it became to me.