Daisy Abrams '19 "I think everybody has their way of expression...It’s just a matter of working it like a muscle. And the more you do it, the more you get that infinite ability to just tap into something." Read More
Henry Bender, Ph.D. "I think with writing, you do the thinking and reading first—that is, like tilling the soil. You can’t grow the crops unless you have soil and moisture to make things grow. And then you write." Read More
Tom Coyne, M.F.A.
"If we all sat around and waited for the perfect story, the perfect sentence or the perfect paragraph or the perfect chapter, if we’re not going to write till we have that, we wouldn’t write at all." Read More