Wednesday, November 28, 2012

137 ~on writers

THE DAILY ROUTINE OF RAY BRADBURY


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“My passions drive me to the typewriter every day of my life, and they have driven me there since I was twelve. So I never have to worry about schedules. Some new thing is always exploding in me,and it schedules me, I don’t schedule it. It says: ‘Get to the typewritter right now and finish this.’”


“I can work anywhere. I wrote in bedrooms and living rooms when I was growing up with my parents and my brother in a small house in Los Angeles. I worked on my typewriter in the living room, with the radio and my mother and dad and brother all talking at the same time. Later on, when I wanted to write Fahrenheit 451, I went up to UCLA and found a basement typing room where,if you inserted ten cents into the typewriter, you could buy thirty minutes of typing time.”

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