Notes: Projects
One should write as if he were the first person on earth and was humbly and sincerely putting on paper that which he saw and experienced, loved and lost; what his passing thoughts were and his sorrows and desires.
Neal Cassady, writing to Jack Kerouac in December 1947, quoted by Thomas Powers, “Mad to Be Saved,” a review of Joyce Johnson, The Voice Is All, Viking, 2012, London Review of Books, 25 October 2012, page 5.
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