1. "I really enjoy finding the right word, creating a good, flowing sentence. I enjoy the rhythm of the words. I haven’t said this in a long time, but it’s so true for me. When I was in college, I really liked poetry. I don’t read much anymore. But my favorite early 20th-century poets were Dylan Thomas, T. S. Eliot, and e. e. cummings. Looking back, here’s what I think I learned from each of them. From e. e. cummings, I learned about the rhythm of words. From T. S. Eliot, I learned about the intelligence of words. And from Dylan Thomas, I learned about the beauty of words. I try to bring all three of those elements into writing."
    — 

    Steve Martin, in an interview with Powells.com’s Jill Owens about his latest novel: An Object of Beauty.

    Steve Martin

     
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