The writer's technique in 13 theses
from Brain Pickings
"Write with the door closed, rewrite with the door open," Stephen King advised. "Do back exercises," Margaret Atwood suggested. "Know everything about adjectives and punctuation, have moral intelligence," Susan Sontag counseled. Each accomplished author seems to have a different secret to the craft of writing, but some of the most enduring advice comes from legendary German literary critic, philosopher and essayist Walter Benjamin.
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