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We don’t have a unitary society anymore, you know; it’s very fragmented. I look up and down my block in Silverlake and there is a…
The writer is both a sadist and a masochist. We create people we love, and then we torture them. The more we love them, and…
Many women get involved with a man that you pretty much know isn’t suitable and you’re kind of breaking your rules, but he’s attractive in…
I use my fiction to explore my own unconscious issues. I usually don’t even know what’s going on with me until I’m writing. That doesn’t…
I think that Oprah’s on a mission to improve the lives of the average American in various ways. And one of them is to bring…
When you’re a little kid, you are small, your life is small – and you’re terrifically aware of that. But when you read, you can…
To make films, you have to have boundless energy; you have to work and play with others really, really well, and I’m really a more…
My house is modern, but I like my writing room to be old fashioned. I write on a little wooden secretary desk.
I’ve been depressed many times in my life. But under it all I’m an optimist.
As an artist, you can never get what you want. What you do never approaches what you want it to be.
A cliche is like a coin that has been handled too much. Once language has been overly handled, it no longer leaves a clear imprint.
A book’s flaws make it less predictable.
I tried writing fiction as a little kid, but had a teacher humiliate me, so didn’t write again until I was a senior in college.
My father was an engineer – he wasn’t literary, not a writer or a journalist, but he was one of the world’s great readers. Every…
Your protagonist is your reader’s portal into the story. The more observant he or she can be, the more vivid will be the world you’re…
As a person with terrible handwriting, I love the computer. I’ve waited all my life for the computer.
Memory is the fourth dimension to any landscape.
Depression, suffering and anger are all part of being human.
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