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"Great writing peels away the layers of who we are as human beings. It gets to the heart and spirit of what it means to push through this life. Great writing pays attention to the details of sense and emotion, and delivers the specifics of both the internal and external."
"...the eye is what makes a good film; both the eye of the filmmaker who envisions and manifests the film, and the eye of the spectator who watches the film, invests time, and innervates the experience, and--of course--the image that is placed between them."
"There's a natural rhythm to good writing that—once achieved—goes virtually unnoticed by the reader. (Unless they’ve taken too many academic writing courses, in which case reading for enjoyment has probably been ruined for them anyway)..."