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Indispensable Writing Tips From Famous Authors

Hemingway’s my favorite one here. Everyone always rags on Hemingway’s minimalist prose. Hemingway’s prose was minimalist in the way a meditation garden is minimalist. Meticulously, almost neurotically, arranged.

With you know, musing on manliness and occasionally misogyny, but

(I still really love Hemingway’s prose)

(via calculusandcoffee)

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