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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Charles Bukowski on Writers and Writing

"The average man puts in his eight hours, comes home beaten and satisfied. With the writer there is never satisfaction; there is always the next piece of work to be done."
Charles Bukowski

"As a youth I saw too many movies of the great artist, and the writer was always some tragic and very interesting chap with a fine goatee, blazing eyes, and inner truths springing to his tongue continually....The best writers that I know talk very little, I mean those who are doing the good writing. In fact, there is nothing duller than a good writer."
Charles Bukowski

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