Writing Advice From Ursula K. Le Guin
- •Every story must make its own rules and obey them.
- •The more you learn to hear your prose as you write it the better your sentences will flow.
- •To write a story is to perform it, or to ask your reader to perform it. You've got to make it performable.
- •There comes a point when you have to send it away.
- •Don't let the old white men scare you. They're on their way out!