Wednesday, June 9, 2010

writers write

Painters paint, knitters knit and singers sing. Writers write. And, slowly, over time, like a carpenter or a quilter, we get better at our craft simply by doing it. That's just one of the jewels I scribbled down at Saturday's workshop taught by Tommy Tomlinson. His twice weekly column in The Charlotte Observer is always an arrow to the heart, sometimes to the funny bone. When he does win the Pulitzer Prize, instead of just a nomination, not a person here will be at all surprised. Except for why it took so long.
The Window by Pierre Bonnard (1925)

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