Sad fact of "producing" work is that one becomes so eager to get one's own stuff out there, up front, and winning, that there is little time to consume the work of others.
Imagine how filmmakers feel about watching films - ah well, I can borrow this and this from Scorsese; or don't have time to read/travel/dance I have films to make.
Reasonable to think this way sometimes, then sometimes of course you want to broaden your experience, so that what you create might actually be new and dee-lightful.
Well, I am going to read. The winners of this year's Commonwealth Short Story prize, starting with the overall winner, from New Zealand. I really hope they're good. Then I'm going to read some essays from Foundational Questions in Physics.
|NUMB3RS - Math + Film|
But why does Rowling's book have to go over 500 pages? One should rarely do that, but nowadays everybody seems to be going for the painfully long page count. Short and sweet, people, short and sweet.
Sometimes I can't believe how lovely it is to be in Nigeria.
Hahaha, super-serious people make me laugh. Why do "white people" like to make the most exciting things so serious?