A Quote From Ray Bradbury

“If I were asked to name the most important items in a writer’s make-up, the things which shape his material and rush him along the road to where he wants to go, I could only warn him to look to his zest, see to his gusto….If you are writing without zest, without gusto, without love, without fun, you are only half a writer.”

— Ray Bradbury, Zen in the Art of Writing (Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1973), pp. 27-28.

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