Frederick C. Davis on Words and Writing

Renowned pulpster Frederick C. Davis passes on the following advice to writers:
The most valuable and penetrating comment I have ever seen on writing--any kind--is one made by Henry Seidel Canby of the Saturday Review. He said: "A writer doesn't write with his mind, he writes with his hands."
(Quoted from The Mystery Writer's Handbook, edited by Herbert Brean.)

1 comment:

  1. Sounds good. My husband is looking for dystopian stories for a course in the fall. I wonder if it's collected anywhere.


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