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“All writing is some combination of visible and invisible forms, and the combination itself is a pattern that is meaningful to me, the rising and falling of my awareness of and attention to one kind of material– content, or what words represent– and another–visible words, ink, like paint, on a page. I believe that all the finest fiction is actively and intelligently engaged in this dynamic.”  

~ Lucy Corin


“Perhaps we may also dare to assume that the surest way to preserve the truest knowledge of the world is to hide it in the great thicket of misinformation, stupidity, accident, and incorrectness that still endures and which, as Faulkner writes, shall almost certainly prevail.”

 ~Jim Krusoe

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