'..to be a writer is, in a sense, to be a day-dreamer,to be living a kind of double life. the young writer feels he can make his emotions into poetry. he should begin of course, by imitating the writers he likes. this is the way the writer becomes himself through losing himself- that strange way of double living, of living in reality as much as one can and at the same time of living in that other reality, the one he has to create, the reality of his dreams.' -the writers apperenticeship-
#head up for the challenge.