With the recent passing of the great Ray Bradbury, the internet –rather ironically– has found a way to recover a lot of nuggets of knowledge he provided throughout the years. In this particular case, his keynote speech at Point Loma Nazarene University’s Writer’s Symposium By the Sea features twelve pieces of advice vital to prospering and improving as a writer.
If you’re too busy to watch the entire 54-minute speech, Open Culture was kind enough to summarize his points.
Either way, if you are a writer of any level, genre or aspirations, it’s imperative that you check this link out. It may just change your perspective in this wonderful art that is literature. I know that was the case for me.
- Advice from the Late Great Ray Bradbury: Be an “Optimalist” (psychologytoday.com)
- A man who won’t forget Ray Bradbury (3quarksdaily.com)