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I thought I must be down to earth when I write about peace.
There's no pressure to write about a particular subject or keep blogs maintained a certain way, and it's not necessarily a popularity contest.
And then the man had the nerve to say that Du Bois would have made it but he wanted to write about real shit, he kept writing about reality.
When you write about a subject that you have read much about, sometimes you leave out information that is so familiar to you that you think everyone must already know it, but the reader new to the topic needs it.
The first direct work I did on the body/language relationship happened because Parkett magazine asked me to write about bodybuilding, and I found out that I was blocking.
And then I'll go away from my desk--it'll be six or seven in the morning--thinking about the things I need to write about the next time.