Jose Luis Borges was an Argentine poet, short-story writer, and essayist. His tales and poems have come to be regarded as classics of 20th Century world literature. In 1961, he gained international fame when he was awarded the Prix Formentor, the International Publishers Prize, which he shared with Samuel Beckett, the Irish playwright.
His words offer valuable insight, a different perspective really, into the writing process. He saw writing as a guided dream. Specifically, on writing, he said:
Writing is nothing more than
a guided dream
Let that marinate until … next week. 🙂
Have a great weekend!
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