On Writers: Quinn’s One Sided Covers Stroke’s Impact

The documentation on the cover of the original Woodstock records included an apology for the quality of the album’s production. The live, outdoor setting at Max Yusgar’s dairy farm fell short of professional studio standards, so Woodstock’s producers cautioned listeners that the album contained flaws much like fine leather that […] Read more »

Memory in Fiction Writing

Having a poor memory may facilitate fiction writing, if imagination takes hold. Imagination can be mustered, nurtured and cultivated. A healthy imagination can compensate for a lousy memory. It can build upon the shreds of forgotten recollections. Even if one’s memory remains crisp, relaxed loosely disciplined memory synergizes with imagination […] Read more »