"Successful writers will be CEOs of one-person, multimedia, multinational businesses who crowdsource their needs with a community of collaborators and rely on word of mouth to make their work sell."
— Michael Larsen, Director, San Francisco Writers’ Conference (via chadbourn)
"You have to know human behaviour … And the quality of your writing is absolutely capped at your understanding of human behaviour. You’ll never write above what you know about people."
— Tony Gilroy (BAFTA/BFI Screenwriters Lecture)
(Source: jamesgrantbrown, via screenandscripts)
"The camera is an instrument that teaches people how to see without a camera."
— Dorothea Lange (via sunlitwaterscape)
(Source: iandmphotography, via freelance-anthem)
"One way to keep your pain alive is to cling to corpses."
— T.R. Icarus (via thedrowningseaoflove)
"Feedback is great for telling you what you did wrong. It’s terrible at telling you what you should do next."
— Phil Libin (via austinkleon)