| David Gane
- One of the great secret tools for creativity: The Kitchen Timer
- Good and bad distractions.
- This cabin is amazing.
- Emotional Theory and Inside Out from The Nerdwriter
- As I prepare for teaching next semester, I saw this:
Writers teach, not writing per se, but how to engage in writing as a process and a means of perception.
I've come to realize that I won't get through the same amount of books I read last year, so I've decided to throw in the towel and commit to one big book.
I've started working on Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace, a self-described "gargantuan" novel of 1104 pages. I expect this thing to take me all the way into 2016.