“The role of a writer is not to say what we can all say, but what we are unable to say.”
― Anaïs Nin
Reblogged this on caseylove's and commented:
Writers say what others are afraid to say, to explore where others are afraid to explore, to reach where others are afraid to reach and to go to the depths were others are afraid to dig
Very good quote. Thanks for sharing it.
Our favorite Anais Nin anecdote, from our mutual friend Curtis Harrington. Curtis said that he once came across a file folder, in Ms. Nin’s residence where he was then a guest. On the tab of the folder was written her heading of its contents, that being “Lies.”
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