Tag Archive: Editing

Aug 14 2017

Writing my way to Carnegie Hall (and of course, I talk about the weekend)

  I don’t think anyone is ever writing so that you can throw it away. You’re always writing it to be something. Later, you decide whether it’ll ever see the light of day. But at the moment of its writing, it’s always meant to be something. So, to me, there’s no practicing; there’s only editing …

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Aug 10 2017

Honorable writing

Honor is not the exclusive property of any political party. American engineer, politician, and 31st President of the United States, Herbert Hoover, was born on this day in 1874 (died 1964). Hoover is not remembered as one of history’s most successful presidents. Defeated by FDR in a mid-Depression landslide, Hoover continued to speak out about …

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