one will do. - Thomas Jefferson
Talented writing tends to contain more information, sentence for
sentence, clause for clause, than merely good writing... It also
employs rhetorical parallels and differences... It pays attention to the
sounds and rhythms of its sentences... Much of the information it
proffers is implied... These are among the things that indicate talent.
- Samuel R. Delaney
There is no idea so stupid or hackneyed that a sufficiently-talented
writer can't get a good story out of it. - Lawrence Watt-Evans
Real seriousness in regard to writing is one of two absolute necessities.
The other, unfortunately, is talent. - Ernest Hemingway
|By Sanna Helena Berger|