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Posted by Terri Windling on May 27, 2009 | Permalink
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Very inspiring - thanks for posting.
June 17, 2009 at 05:27 AM
As an atheist, I don't think I need a 'genius' or a 'daemon'. I write a story because something around me switches my imagination on. When it's on, it's great, when it's not - I go and do other things. I don't write to succeed in the eyes of others.
I write because I love doing it, without 'divinity' and because I love stories. In the end I write as a way of escaping if only for a little while from a world I dislike into a world where I fit - where stories take me. Not because I have or indeed because I am - a genius. I'm merely human, but that's enough.
Girish Sethna |
July 26, 2009 at 07:32 AM
This is fabulous! You have no idea how missed you have been. I teach fairy tale studies, and your older site is one of my greatest sources of inspiration. And my students adore it. I will be linking to this blog on my blog, Diamondsandtoads.com! I am already linked to Endicott, the original. That is the site I point my students to on the first day of class.
Sorry to be so giddy. But you have been missed.
August 06, 2009 at 02:28 PM
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