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2017-07-25 11:03
El verdadero lector lee los libros con gravedad o solemnidad. Porque los leerá con la misma actitud con que el autor los ha escrito (…) Disfrutará de una fruslerí… Read More
2017-07-17 00:59
12 steps for making art By Wynton Marsalis (from a PBS prodution about teaching art to children)   Seek instruction Make a schedule Set goals – chart development Focus while pract… Read More
2017-07-03 17:20
  The Finger By Feng Meng-lung A poor man found himself on his way to an old friend. This had a supernatural power that allowed him to perform miracles. As the poor man were always comp… Read More
2017-05-27 11:35
  Very few people who are supposedly interested in writing are interested in writing well. They are interested in publishing something… They are interested in being a writer, not… Read More
2017-05-22 09:59
SENTÉMONOS a la mesa yo brindo el mantel de lino y tú la mano y la flor brindo el pan y tú los ojos y las ramas propongo el brillo del vino el recuerdo que porto y t&uac&hell…Read More
2017-05-16 13:51
Originally posted on JacquiWine's Journal: It’s been a while since I last read any Evelyn Waugh (probably more than five years in fact), but the recent appearance in the TV schedules o… Read More
2017-04-18 16:41
The writer trusts nothing she writes–it should be too reckless and alive for that, it should be beautiful and menacing and slightly out of control. . . . Good writing . . . explodes in… Read More

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