Monday, May 10, 2010

Sean Lovelace, On Reading

"Currently, the act of reading is subversive. You are not gobbling into your MePhone. You are not Face booking (a matter not of faces or books) a “friend.” There is no clacking, beeping, or sing-song tune to the turning of pages. But you are immersed, intoxicated. The book is a drug. It is the drug that made you want to write your first word."

Sean Lovelace teaches creative writing at Ball State University. How Some People Like Their Eggs is his award-winning flash fiction collection published by Rose Metal Press. His works have appeared in Crazyhorse, Diagram, Quick Fiction, Sonora Review, Willow Springs, and so on. Visit his blog here. He likes to run, far.}

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