Thursday, August 18, 2016

Advice To Young Writers by Andrew Solomon in The New Yorker

"We have equal things to teach each other. Life is most transfixing when you are awake to diversity, not only of ethnicity, ability, gender, belief, and sexuality but also of age and experience. The worst mistake anyone can make is to perceive anyone else as lesser. The deeper you look into other souls—and writing is primarily an exercise in doing just that—the clearer people’s inherent dignity becomes." 

- Andrew Solomon, Advice For Young Writers

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