As Then, So It Is Now: a Reblogged Meditation on Whether the Best Writers Write

The following excerpt comes from an article I found while rummaging (uh, researching) within the wilderness of the Gutenberg Project. THE WRITER: A MONTHLY MAGAZINE TO INTEREST AND HELP ALL LITERARY WORKERS. VOL. VI. BOSTON, APRIL, 1892. No. 4. Copyright, 1892, by William H. Hills. All rights reserved. DO THE BEST WRITERS WRITE? A […]

via As Then, So It Is Now … — Cage Dunn: Writer, Author, Teller-of-tall-tales

4 thoughts on “As Then, So It Is Now: a Reblogged Meditation on Whether the Best Writers Write

  1. Interesting thoughts on this. Nowadays, writing seems less about literary merit and more about “he who writes the most wins.” Perseverance, determination, and sheer volume seem to determine a writer’s success. Alas, some of the best writers only write one or two books in their life. Thanks for posting!

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