Musings on Photography

Madeline L’Engle

Posted in art is a verb, motivation, process by Paul Butzi on February 20, 2008


Go read Andy Chen’s recent post on Madeline L’Engle and rejection.

Apparently I’m not the only fan of L’Engle’s non-fiction autobiographical stuff. What I like is that even if you disagree with her theology (or more broadly with her world view) her insight into the creative process and motivation is worth reading.

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  1. Rachel said, on February 20, 2008 at 4:16 pm

    I’m not sure why, but for some reason, I continue to be amazed when I find people who appreciate Madeline L’Engle as much as I have. Maybe it is the years of hearing, “Oh, I never really liked A Wrinkle in Time” whenever I mentioned her. I always felt like shouting, “She is so much more than that one novel!”

    Thanks for the link!

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