Monday, October 9, 2017

"It’s the unknown in oneself, one’s head, one’s body. Writing is not even a reflection, but a kind of faculty one has, that exists to one side of oneself, parallel to oneself: another person who appears and comes forward, invisible, gifted with thought and anger, and who sometimes, through his own actions, risks losing his life."

—Marguerite Duras, Writing

Friday, October 6, 2017

Most days, I send a writing quote to my Hudson Valley Writers' Center class. Here is today's quote, from Gloria AnzaldĂșa: