“Any work of art is one half of a conversation between two human beings, and it helps a lot to know who is talking at you.”
I never thought of myself as a Kurt Vonnegut fan, but maybe I’m becoming one?
A couple months ago I featured his great take on storytelling in this newsletter and now I’m featuring him again. This week, it’s a Charles Chu post that features this great collection of Vonnegut’s wisdom on everything from art, to college, to writing.
It includes gems like this: “Most letters from a parent contain a parent’s own lost dreams disguised as good advice.”