VII. Never stop writing because you have run out of ideas. Literary honour requires that one break off only at an appointed moment (a mealtime, a meeting) or at the end of the work.
11 September 2010
Some writing advice from Walter Benjamin
I am taking things easy while recovering from an operation. So here, in lieu of a thought of my own, is some writing advice from Walter Benjamin’s ‘Writer’s Technique in Thirteen Theses’: