“We find the link between writing and death manifested in the total effacement of the individual characteristics of the writer… If we wish to know the writer in our day, it will be through the singularity of his absence and in his link to death, which has transformed him into a victim of his own writing.” —Michel Foucault, ‘What is an author?’
DO YOU GUYS EVEN KNOW HOW MIRACULOUS THAT IS?
Some resources for those writing medieval-type stories:
BUT THEN YOU CAN’T MAKE IT…WRITE…IT LIKE…WON’T SQUEEZE OUT OF YOUR FINGERS.
I don’t even know what to do with him sometimes.
Famous writers and their typewriters.
Sometimes I worry that if writers didn’t have writing, the world would have a lot more serial killers. Or maybe just more openly-admitted sadists.