And here are the words I didn't know:
In Greek mythology, this is the Muse of the dance and of choral song
How to pronounce AGUE.
|Ray Bradbury 1975 (taken from Wikipedia)|
"You will have to write and put away or burn a lot of material before you are comfortable in this medium. You might as well start now and get the necessary work done. For I believe that eventually quantity will make for quality. How so? Quantity gives experience. From experience alone can quality come. All arts, big and small, are the elimination of waste motion in favor of the concise declaration. The artist learns what to leave out. His greatest art will often be what he does not say, what he leaves out, his ability to state simply with clear emotion, the way he wants to go. The artist must work so hard, so long, that a brain develops and lives, all of itself, in his fingers.”He was a prolific writer, the author of over 50 books (such as Fahrenheit 451 and The Martian Chronicles) and hundreds of short stories. He won a gazillion awards ranging from the Pulitzer Prize Special Citation to the National Medal of Arts. What inspired him to become so prolific? When he was 12 years old (in 1932), he met a carnival magician named Mr. Electrico. At the end of Electrico's performance, he reached out to Bradbury, touching him with his sword, and commanding, "Live forever!" Bradbury later said, "I decided that was the greatest idea I ever heard. I started writing every day. I never stopped."
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