Open Page with Nicolas Rothwell

Nicolas Rothwell
Published in March 2013, no. 349

Why do you write?

How vast the world’s scale is; what splendour it holds. Is it not our task to respond to it, to answer it, to make designs and patterns of our own? We live so briefly, from one night to another – and, in our life, such light. It passes through us, it gives us the gleam in our words: to write is to make a mirror.

Are you a vivid dreamer?

No.

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Published in March 2013, no. 349

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