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remnant 67: “But you do discover that you are a writer…”

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…but the truth is that I don’t think that, seriously speaking, anybody in his right mind would want to be a writer. But you do discover that you are a writer and then you haven’t got any choice. You live that life or you won’t live any.

James Baldwin, Interview by Studs Terkel 29 December 1961

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December 5, 2014 at 2:02 am

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