Thursday, March 26, 2009

And so it is ...

Writing requires, for me, not only the actual time when I am writing, but a span of time for dreaming, taking notes, reading, meditating in the bathtub, walking alone.

That peripheral time is just as crucial.
Frances Mayes, author of Under the Tuscan Sun.
- interview extract from Salon Travel.

1 comment:

paris parfait said...

Truer words were never written. :) When I'm not physically writing, all the time some writing theme is playing in my head. All the time! It can be a bit of a curse, as it's so hard to stop thinking about work. xo