Wallace Stegner

“By his very profession, a serious fiction writer is a vendor of the sensuous particulars of life, a perceiver and handler of things. His most valuable tools are his sense and his memory; what happens in his mind is primarily pictures.”

Wallace Stegner, On Teaching and Writing Fiction
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