Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Ann Patchett on the Pulitzer gaffe and the need for long-form fiction

Following complex story lines stretches our brains beyond the 140 characters of sound-bite thinking, and staying within the world of a novel gives us the ability to be quiet and alone, two skills that are disappearing faster than the polar icecaps.

via nytimes.com

Well said, Ann. Now, please follow me on Twitter @toddx! kthxbye.

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