The writer sitting in the department meeting is still a writer.
The pursuit of publication is a cowardly action.
A writer who has never been humiliated is a monster.
It is possible for the diary of a revolutionary to have a greater impact on society than the revolution itself.
Entertainment has already replaced art under the name of art; and soon information will replace entertainment under the name of entertainment.
The writer cannot afford to be isolated and trampled.
Accepted writers love to discuss rejection.
Pens return to the earth as fossils.
Writers who develop identical languages have nothing left to communicate.
Character is rapidly disappearing from the pages of the mass-market book.
The average reader will always favor choosing on impulse.
Terrified writers gladly embrace the new.
In a utopia, men and women would be creative, contented, generous and poor.
One day, the inevitable will occur and the largest publishers in America will merge with the federal government. Then the agent who collects your taxes will sell you a vampire novel.
A good writer is an absurd writer who takes absurdity seriously.
Courageous writers change literature, not by achieving their goals, because the courageous almost always fail, but by demonstrating their courage.
Bestselling authors relish brainless clichés.
The most valued art in the moneyed world is the art of acting.