What could be worse than getting to the end of your life and realizing you hadn't lived it?
A usefully lived life is probably going to be, ultimately, more satisfying.
Writing should be useful. If it can't instruct people a little bit more about the responsibilities of consciousness, there's no point in doing it.
If you're willing to fail interestingly, you tend to succeed interestingly.
That's what happens in plays, yes? The shit hits the fan.
Creativity is magic. Don't examine it too closely.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Playwright Edward Albee turns 80 this year (in less than a month, actually). I was updating his profile over at Book Help Web (and I apologize for the near-duplicate posting to those of you who read all three of my blogs--or at least read the Books Blog) and came across these delightful quotes by him:
Posted by Bridgette Redman