The Truth about the Writing Life

“Generally circumstances are against it. Dogs will bark; people will interrupt; money must be made; health will break down. Further, accentuating all these difficulties and making them harder to bear is the world’s notorious indifference. It does not ask people to write poems and novels and histories; it does not need them.”

–Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own

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