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Jo Walton
“At home I walked through a haze of belongings that knew, at least vaguely, who they belonged to. Grampar’s chair resented anyone else sitting on it as much as he did himself. Gramma’s shirts and jumpers adjusted themselves to hide her missing breast. My mother’s shoes positively vibrated with consciousness. Our toys looked out for us. There was a potato knife in the kitchen that Gramma couldn’t use. It was an ordinary enough brown-handled thing, but she’d cut herself with it once, and ever after it wanted more of her blood. If I rummaged through the kitchen drawer, I could feel it brooding. After she died, that faded. Then there were the coffee spoons, rarely used, tiny, a wedding present. They were made of silver, and they knew themselves superior to everything else and special.

None of these things did anything. The coffee spoons didn’t stir the coffee without being held or anything. They didn’t have conversations with the sugar tongs about who was the most cherished. I suppose what they really did was physiological. They confirmed the past, they connected everything, they were threads in a tapestry.”
Jo Walton, Among Others
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Barbara Kingsolver
“I learned to write by reading the kind of books I wished I'd written.”
Barbara Kingsolver

John Milton
“What is dark within me, illumine.”
John Milton, Paradise Lost

Austin Kleon
“Eat breakfast. Do some push-ups. Go for long walks. Get plenty of sleep.”
Austin Kleon, Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative

Austin Kleon
“If you’re worried about giving your secrets away, you can share your dots without connecting them.”
Austin Kleon, Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative

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