Posted: June 5, 2011 in Writing
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“Personally, as a writer, I’m not ready to surrender my work exclusively to cyberspace. I’m not ready for my work to be just a digital imprint in the ether. There’s no realness to that.
I want my books to be tangible, something to slip in a backpack, set your coffee cup on, something that you can rabbit-ear the pages of, pass on to a friend, find comfort in amidst chaos, and finally, something that will collect dust on a shelf as it awaits inheritance.” Byron Suggs

  1. Jan Urban says:

    Great quote!


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