Something wise snurched from China Miéville’s Rejectamentalist Manifesto

‘A principal rule for writers, and especially those who want to describe their own sensations, is not to believe that their doing so indicates they possess a special disposition of nature in this respect. Others can perhaps do it just as well as you can. Only they do not make a business of it, because it seems to them silly to publicize such things.’                 Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

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