Writer’s Manifesto

Writing, to me, is beautifully simple.

You can stretch it out, tangle it up, chop it into pieces, refine it, polish it up and present it with a fancy haircut, or scrawl it out and slip it under a door.

It can be rigidly academic, full of raw emotion, or dwell in the fascinating gray space in between.

At the end of the day, though, it’s always taking thoughts and giving them the autonomy to march out into the physical world.

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