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…or at least you try

…or at least you try

“If you are a writer, or want to be a writer, this is how you spend your days—listening, observing, storing things away, making your isolation pay off. You take home all you’ve taken in, all that you’ve overheard, and you turn it into gold. (Or at least you try.)”
—Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life

David Isaacson
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