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Jazz Messenger - Haruki Murakami- Books - Review - New York Times
"Inside my head, though, I did often feel as though something like my own music was swirling around in a rich, strong surge. I wondered if it might be possible for me to transfer that music into writing. That was how my style got started."
books  fiction  japan  jazz  literature  music  writers  writing  creativity  aesthetics  identity 
july 2007 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: Black Men And Women Of Their Words
"There is a multiplicity of message. We are black writers, but we express our individual stories. It's messier now. You never know what black writing looks like now. When you open a black book, you never know what you might get."
writers  fiction  nonfiction  novels  washington  writing  literature  black  race  art  story  identity 
november 2006 by allaboutgeorge

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